FORREST HAMER was born in North Carolina in 1956. His first book of poems, Call and Response (Alice James Books, Farmington, Maine), won the 1995 Beatrice Hawley Award, and was a semi-finalist for the 1997 Poet’s Prize. He lives in Oakland, is a practicing psychologist, and lectures in psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.
Goldsboro narrative #37
Shaping the dark
Berkeley, late spring
13 suppositions about the ubiquitous
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TIMES TEN: An Anthology of Northern California Poets