T.R. Hummer

Hummer T.R.

T. R. Hummer’s most recent books of poetry are After the Afterlife (Acre Books) and three linked volumes, Ephemeron, Skandalon, and Eon (LSU Press). Former editor-in-chief of The Kenyon Review, of The New England Review, and of The Georgia Review, he received a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship in poetry, a NEA Individual Artist Grant in Poetry, the Richard Wright Award for Artistic Excellence, the Hanes Poetry Prize, and the Donald Justice Award in Poetry. He lives in Cold Spring, NY.

  • T.R. Hummer: The Poet Retires

    intr. Of an army, troops, etc.: to fall back or give ground, esp. when confronted by a superior force; to retreat.…

    Issue #80 March 2018
  • THE FLOWER AT THE END OF THE WORLD

    It was a 1954 Ford pickup truck that stopped
  • PASSING

    They lay the old woman in the back seat of a car,
  • Tool & Die

    In the final unburdening, massive crates are moved