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Harrison studied poetry with New York School figureheads Kenneth Koch and David Shapiro. He is the author of five full-length books of poetry—"Into Daylight," published in 2014 by Tupelo Press as the winner of the Dorset Prize, "Incomplete Knowledge" (2006), which was runner-up for the Poets’ Prize, "Feeding the Fire" (2001), "Signs of Arrival" (1996), and "The Singing Underneath" (1988), selected by James Merrill for the National Poetry Series—as well as of "The Names of Things: New and Selected Poems," published in 2006 by Waywiser Press in the U.K. A recipient of Guggenheim and NEA Fellowships, as well as other honors, he has published poems in the New Republic, the New Yorker, the Nation, Poetry, the Yale Review, the Hudson Review, American Poetry Review, theParis Review, Poets of the New Century, The Twentieth Century in Poetry, and in many other magazines and anthologies.

The Georgia Poetry Circuit event is free and open to the public; books will be made available for purchase courtesy of Avid Bookshop.

Part of the Spotlight on the Arts Festival.