Hank Lazer has published thirty-one books of poetry, including COVID19 SUTRAS – Lavender Ink / Diálogos, Slowly Becoming Awake (N32) (2019, Dos Madres Press), Poems That Look Just Like Poems (2019, PURH – one volume in English, one in French), Evidence of Being Here: Beginning in Havana (N27), (2018, Negative Capability Press), Thinking in Jewish (N20) (2017, Lavender Ink),. Previous books include Poems Hidden in Plain View (2016, in English and in French), Brush Mind: At Hand (2016), and Days – Lavender Ink / Diálogos. Lazer’s Selected Poems have been published in translation in China and in Italy. Forthcoming: field recordings of mind in morning, from BlazeVOX (summer 2021). Lazer has performed jazz-poetry improvisations in the US and Cuba with musicians Davey Williams, Omar Pérez, Andrew Raffo Dewar, Holland Hopson, and others. In 2015, Lazer received Alabama’s most prestigious literary prize, the Harper Lee Award, for lifetime achievement in literature. Lazer has been quarantining in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and at Duncan Farm in Carrollton, Alabama.
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