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Christopher P. Locke

Nonfiction Editor

Slice Magazine

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Slice Magazine

P.O. Box 659

New York City, New York,10014

United States

Company Description

Slice magazine, a literary magazine founded in 2007, has opened its reading period until August 1st and is now accepting stories of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Word length should not exceed 5,000 words. ...more

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Affiliations

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Esteemed Member of the English Department


Education

B.A.

English

Keene State College


MFA

Goddard College


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About Us » Slice Magazine

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Christopher Locke
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Verse Daily: About Ordinary Gods: Truths, Lies, & Exaggerations Built South of the Border by Christopher Locke

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Christopher Locke is the Nonfiction Editor at Slice magazine in Brooklyn.
He has received over a dozen grants, fellowships, and awards for his poetry including two Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Awards, state grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, a Fellowship from Fundacion Valparaiso, (Spain), and three Pushcart Prize nominations. Locke's poems & essays have appeared in such magazines as The North American Review, The Rumpus, Parents, Poetry East, Islands, Verse Daily, Southwest Review, The Literary Review, The Sun, West Branch, Adbusters (Canada), Gargoyle, The Nervous Breakdown, Agenda (England), The SHOp, and NPR's Morning Edition and Ireland's Radio 1. Locke has six collections of poetry published: How to Burn (Adastra Press-1995), Slipping Under Diamond Light (Clamp Down Press-2002), Possessed (Main Street Rag-2005), End of American Magic (Salmon Poetry-2010), Waiting for Grace & Other Poems (2013-Turning Point), and Trespassers (2016-Finishing Line Press). His first book for children, Heart-Flight (Cedar Grove Publishing), is forthcoming in 2017. Other poems by Christopher Locke in Verse Daily: August 10, 2013: "What Love Is" "Love is not a maiden with apple..." Books by Christopher Locke: Other poems on the web by Christopher Locke: "Daily Commute" "Ordinary Gods" "Family History at Sea" Christopher Locke's Website. "Christopher Locke gives us his hopes, his fears, and most importantly, what he loves. "In Ordinary Gods, it is Christopher Locke's alert poet's ear and listening heart that propel the reader, mining surprise."


Heart Flight | Cedar Grove Publishing

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By Christopher Locke
Christopher Locke is the Nonfiction Editor at Slice magazine in Brooklyn. His essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Islands, Parents, Spoonful, The American Spectator, Maine Home + Design, Nowhere and many others. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in such magazines as The North American Review, The Southeast Review, Poetry East, Verse Daily, Southwest Review, The Literary Review, The Sun, Connecticut Review, West Branch, Arc (Canada), Gargoyle, The SHOp (Ireland), upstreet, Agenda (England), and twice each on NPR's Morning Edition and Ireland's Radio One. Locke has five collections of poetry published: How to Burn (Adastra Press-1995), Slipping Under Diamond Light (Clamp Down Press-2002) Possessed (Main Street Rag-2005), End of American Magic (Salmon Poetry-2010), and Waiting for Grace & Other Poems (2013-Turning Point). His collection of essays and poems detailing his travels through Mexico and Central America, Ordinary Gods, is forthcoming with Salmon in 2017. Locke has received over a dozen grants, fellowships, and awards for his poetry including two Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Awards, state grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, a Fellowship from Fundacion Valparaiso, (Spain), and three Pushcart Prize nominations.


Poet Christopher Locke | Gibson's Bookstore

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Poet Christopher Locke Poet Christopher Locke Poet Christopher Locke returns to Gibson's Bookstore to share his third volume of verse, Ordinary Gods! "Christopher Locke gives us his hopes, his fears, and most importantly, what he loves. This is a collection of poems and stories that take us down Locke's own heroic path toward feeling it all-and because he's so good, we get to feel it all, too. This is an open-hearted book by a generous and talented writer. ~David Allan Cates, author of Hunger in America and Tom Connor's Gift "In Ordinary Gods, it is Christopher Locke's alert poet's ear and listening heart that propel the reader, mining surprise. ~Tony Cohan, author of On Mexican Time and Native State Christopher Locke is the Nonfiction Editor at Slice Magazine in Brooklyn. He has received the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prize as well as grants in poetry from the New Hampshire Council on the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Fundacion Valparaiso in Spain. Ordinary Gods is his third full length collection of poetry and the second to appear with Salmon Poetry of Ireland. His first book for children, Heart Flight, was recently released. He currently lives in the Adirondacks in upstate New York. By Christopher Locke


Verse Daily: Aubade by Christopher Locke

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Today's poem is by Christopher Locke
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