Brendan Lorber is a poet and the editor/publisher of LUNGFULL!Magazine, a magazine that prints the rough draft of people's work along with the final version so you can see the process from start to finish . . . if you subscribe. His poems have appeared in such publications as Explosive, Valentine, and The Chicago Tribune. Boog Literature will print a chapbook of his work this fall. He's performed his poetry on radio and before live audiences on both coasts, in between and in Australia. He has been a poetry editor of The Brooklyn Review and the guest editor of BoogLit's tribute to Allen Ginsberg. He was a panel member at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Symposium on the Politics of Race in Poetry and at the Poetry Project's Thirtieth Anniversary Symposium. To pay for rent, food, swashbuckling lifestyle & lavish gifts for his friends, he's a creative writing teacher at Village Community School and has taught English at Brooklyn College where he just completed his MFA in poetry. Lorber lives perched in the window of his lower east side apartment.
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