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Christopher Harter

Born of Midwestern stock, Chris has lived within the corn-belt most of his life. He founded Pathwise Press and its literary magazine, Bathtub Gin, in 1997. Pathwise has published eleven of the best damned books ever to see the light of day.

He is a librarian by day and is currently compiling an extensive author index to a number of little magazines that originated during the Mimeograph Revolution of the 1960s/70s. After that baby has been put to bed, he will begin work on a series of descriptive bibliographies of that era's small presses.

Chris's poetry has been published in a number of literary magazines for about 10 years. He is currently working on two collections...we'll see if he ever finishes them.

Published in

Poems appearing in: Bottle #4, Heeltap, pLopLop, prechelonian, Post Poems, Sometimes City Undercovers, Spring Chicken, Stovepipe and others.

Reviews in: Chiron Review, Small Press Review, The Bent and The Frank Review.

Miscellaneous publications:
"'Their Own Press, Their Own Public': Editing and Promoting the Beat Generation" in The Ryder, February 2002
Entries for Theodore Enslin, Dick Higgins and Jack Hirschman in The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry, Greenwood Press, 2005
Entries for Lorenzo Thomas and Dudley Randall in The African American National Biography, Oxford University Press, forthcoming

Bibliography

Writers Writing Writers
Pathwise Press - 2003 - (Editor)

Abstract Still Life
Pathwise Press - 1999

Links

Pathwise Press/Bathtub Gin

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