Robert Charboneau was born in Charleston, South Carolina. He received his BA and MA from the University of Nevada. He lives in Reno, where he works as a teacher and copy editor. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The American Journal of PoetryBrushfire, BadlandsSierra Nevada Review, and Clarion. He’s an avid reader, moviegoer, tennis player, and doodler.

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  1. I just want to say how much I’ve enjoyed your poetry. As somebody who no longer writes poetry, and who was never very good at it to begin with, I’m jealous. I’m also intrigued by the blurb on “The Good News Comes to Athens”, and I hope to get around to reading it this summer.


    Mike Amey


    1. Mike,

      That means a lot, especially for a newer writer like myself. It’s motivation and encouragement and food for the soul, and I can’t thank you enough. I hope that you keep writing, too, even if it’s not poetry, cause your application of theory to literature is equally inspiring.

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