David Clewell

David Clewell is the author of several collections of poems—most recently, Taken Somehow By Surprise (University of Wisconsin, 2011). He teaches writing and literature at Webster University in St. Louis and served as Missouri’s poet laureate from 2010–12. His claim to Charlie-the-Tuna-collecting fame is not at all overinflated.

Georgia Review Archive for David Clewell

Our Own Devices & Not to Mention Love: A Heart for Patricia

We’ve Been Sleeping Together All Week; Wrong Number After Midnight; & Desperate Measures

Uncle Bud, Unshaken in the Wake of Sputnik: October 1957

This Poem Had Better Be about the World We Actually Live In

In 1966 Debbie Fuller Was Sweet on Pluto & At the Convention of State Librarians, I Should Have Been Preaching to the Choir