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Bradley R. Strahan

3 Sept., 1937 -

Brief Bio: Bradley R. Strahan is a Former Fulbright Professor of Poetry & American Culture (2002-2004). For 12 yrs. he taught poetry at Georgetown Univ.. He is the director of VISIONS INTERNATIONAL ARTS and publisher of Visions-International. Since 1976 he has developed a worldwide following for his work, which includes several books of poetry and over 500 poems in such places as America, Christian Century, Cross Currents, Rattapallax, Virginia, Apostrophe, The Seattle Rev., The Christian Science Monitor, Poet Lore, Confrontation, First Things, Midstream, The Hollins Critic, Soundings East, Gargoyle, Southwestern Rev., Negative Capability, Sundog, etc.; in the U.K. in Orbis, Tribune, Nottingham Rev., Krax, etc. and elsewhere: Sources (Belgium), Poetry Monthly Shimunhak (Korea), The Salmon (Ireland), Poetry Australia, etc.. He has been anthologized in many places and translated into French Spanish, Dutch, Serbian, Macedonian, Korean, etc.. He has lectured and read his work in America, Europe and Asia, For over 20 years he sponsored a series of international poetry readings at Rock Creek Gallery and other locations. He has won many awards for his poetry.
He was in Holland on a Vogelstein Foundation program from Nov., 2001 to Jan., 2002 (when he replaced John Ashbery as the American poet at the "Literaire Podia Amsterdam"). He was a Fellow during 2006 at the "Vertalershuis" in Leuven, Belgium.

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