Alan Graham is a poet who wants to be understood.
This wasn’t always true. For years, Alan was careful to hide the meaning of his poems, like a jeweler smuggling diamonds out of occupied France in puff pastries. A lucky recipient might uncover a gem of rare cut and radiance. An unlucky one would bite down and break a tooth.
But all that has changed, so if you don’t understand his newer poems, he’s pretty sure it is your fault.
Alan has hosted many open-mic poetry readings over the years, most recently co-hosting the Great Coffee House Poetry Revival with Larry Jaffe, in Dunedin. He has published a few small books of his poetry and is working on a new collection called “Stay Dangerous.”
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