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Allan Wolf

Current Home: Asheville, United States of America

Allan Wolf is able to recite hundreds of poems from memory. Perhaps it is unsurprising, then, that he chose to write a novel in poetic form. As he says, "During the four years it took to research and write New Found Land, my head was constantly crowded with the novel's fourteen voices. They talked to me as I made breakfast, as I dressed the baby, as I delivered newspapers, and as I brushed my teeth. They talked and talked. Alone in my car I began to talk back. And together all fifteen of us worked out the details of the story.

Allan Wolf has served as the educational director for the national touring company Poetry Alive! His books include The Blood-Hungry Spleen and Other Poems about Our Parts and New Found Land. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and three children.