Kit Robinson

Kit Robinson is a Bay Area poet, writer, and musician. He was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1949, and earned a BA at Yale University. He is the author of two dozen collections of poetry, including Thought Balloon (Roof, 2019), Leaves of Class (Chax, 2017), Marine Layer (BlazeVOX, 2015) and The Messianic Trees: Selected Poems, 1976-2003 (Adventures in Poetry, 2009). Recent poems appear in Brooklyn Rail, Cold Mountain Review, Blazing Stadium, Exquisite Pandemic, Three Fold, and Traffic Report.

A collaborator on The Grand Piano: An Experiment in Collective Autobiography, San Francisco 1975–1980 (Mode A, 2010), Robinson has taught with California Poets in the Schools, performed with San Francisco Poets Theater and, with poet Lyn Hejinian, produced In the American Tree: New Writing by Poets, a weekly Bay Area radio show of interviews and readings. Kit has received fellowships from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council, as well as an award from the Fund for Poetry. His essays on poetics, art, travel and music may be found at Open Space, Jacket2, and Nowhere. He lives in Berkeley and plays Cuban tres guitar in the charanga band Calle Ocho.

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Kit Robinson on Pennsound

Kit Robinson on the Electronic Poetry Center

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