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James was born in Ayrshire, Scotland — on the opposite side of the country from Haddington — “in a rural cottage lit by oil lamps.” He was a teacher for thirty years but would have preferred to be “a celebrated journalist or best-selling author.” He’s been active in anti-war movements. Most of his published work is poetry, and he tutors writing in verse in a writers’ community on the Net
“Li Qingzhao’s Ornaments” is an essay on short lyric poetry that will firmly hold the readers’ interest with its generous and sensitive point of view, one that shows readers and writers alike how they can transcend time and space.
James Graham’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, James. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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