Robert Klein Engler

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Robert Klein Engler lives in Omaha, Nebraska, and sometimes New Orleans. Many of Engler’s poems, stories, paintings, and photographs are set in the Crescent City. His long poem, The Accomplishment of Metaphor and the Necessity of Suffering, set partially in New Orleans, is published by Headwaters Press, Medusa, New York, 2004. He has received an Illinois Arts Council award for his “Three Poems for Kabbalah.” If you Google his name, then you may find his work on the Internet. Link with him at Facebook.com to see examples of his recent paintings and photographs. Some of his books are available at Lulu.com and Amazon.com.

 

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