Donald Mager

Don Mager’s chapbooks and volumes of poetry are To Track The Wounded One, Glosses, That Which Is Owed to Death, Borderings, Good Turns, The Elegance of the Ungraspable, Birth Daybook, Drive Time and Russian Riffs. He is retired and was the Mott University Professor of English at Johnson C. Smith University where he also served as Dean of the College of Arts and Letters (2005-2011). As well as a number of scholarly articles, he has published over 200 poems and translations from German, Czech and Russian. He lives in Charlotte, NC with his partner of 36 years, Bill.

Tsarskoe Selo

by Velimir Khlebnikov When the Tsars came out, Because it was winter Over the roofs of the palace, Lifting their heads to the stars, The royal regiment slunk along, like a wolf, Behind the crowned head On all fours through …

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