Info about advising editor: Jerry Brunoe
Jerry Brunoe was raised on the Warm Springs Reservation. He attended Oregon State University (OSU) briefly and sporadically. He left OSU and his journey was broad but always within reach of a good book. His poems have appeared in From Benicia With Love (Poetry, That Is),Future Earth Magazine, Yellow Medicine Review, Poetry Quarterly, Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, Oregon Poetic Voices, Naugatuck River Review, Basalt, Horizon Review, Contrary, To Topos: Poetry International, and Native America Calling’s “Open Mic Poetry Session.” He is the winner of the 2013 Walt Whitman 150 Award. He is a Co-Founder and Co-Editor of Toe Good Poetry.
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Toe Good Poetry is seeking high quality submissions from Native Voices for their Indian Summer issues. For more information, please visit their submission guidelines: http://toegoodpoetry.com/submissions/indian-summer/