Category:William Frank

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About the Author:

William Frank, an author of eight books of poetry and one charming little novel, (The Grave Listeners) is a man with an amiable façade, a witless disregard for reasonable care and a personal nimbus almost nine feet high. His work has previously appeared in The Dillydoun Review, the 2022 Bards Annual and he was a runner-up for the 2008 Discovery/The Boston Review prize offered by the 92nd Street Y in New York City. When not writing poetry, he enjoys long hours of losing at chess, bingeing on 1950’s Japanese Cinema, summering with the Devil, punching cryptids in the face and Kulning. Visit him at

About Tuckford Bunny Press:

Tuckford Bunny Press is a private, imaginary company that publishes the literary works of William Frank. It is the only make-believe Press that will publish such funny-headed little books.

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