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William Taylor, Jr.

William Taylor Jr. was born in Bakersfield, California and currently lives in San Francisco with his wife and a cat named Trouble. His poetry and stories have appeared widely in the small press and on the internet. He is the author of numerous chapbooks and his work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His latest book is So Much Is Burning published by sunnyoutside Press. A book of new and collected poems is forthcoming from Centennial Press. He will one day be the last man in America not to own a cell phone.

Published in

Poesy, Remark, Chiron Review, Words Dance, Underground Voices

GPP Broadsides

Even His Death
GPP37 - February 2008
19 copies have been found.
i bet they never
GPP27 - September 2007
21 copies have been found.
Lost Dogs
GPP10 - December 2006
19 copies have been found.


So Much Is Burning
sunnyoutside Press - 2006

The Bones Of Things
Like A Dog Press - 2003

Knowing Most Things Break
Like A Dog Press - 2001

Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidence
Black Hoody Nation Press - 2000

Any Abyss Will Do
Lummox Press - 1999

I Gave My Heart To The Hawks and They Ate It
Malevolence Press - 1998

Death To The Beautiful
Angelflesh Press - 1997

The Sad Dumb Beauty Of Everything
Big Star Press - 1997

Love Poems
Like A Dog Press - 1996


William Taylor, Jr's Homepage
Laura Hird Interview with William Taylor
Centennial Press
William Taylor's Myspace page

William Taylor, Jr.

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