John Waldman

JOHN WALDMAN spent eleven years in San Francisco and then three in Champaign, Illinois, before settling in Culver City, California where he lives with his wife Elizabeth and his son Louis. Much of his adult life has been an ongoing pattern of playing soccer until he needs a knee operation and teaching elementary school. His poems have appeared in Cream City Review, Brooklyn Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and other publications.

The Poems:

The Water Month
The Heat
Of Madrid
The Lake on the Border
The Woman in the Hat
The Jewelry Box
The Corner
Huber's Tavern
The House in the Town
From the Home of Furious Wonder
From What Is Left Behind
The Den of Finitude
The Story of a Mountain

TIMES TEN: An Anthology of Northern California Poets