Ted Pearson

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Ted Pearson's early studies in liturgical music, modernism, and jazz led him to poetry in the mid-1960s. He attended Vandercook College of Music, Foothill College, and San Francisco State University. Recent volumes include Extant Glyphs: 1964-1980 (Singing Horse, 2014), An Intermittent Music: 1975-2010 (Chax, 2016), The Coffin Nail Blues (Atelos, 2016), and After Hours (Singing Horse, 2016). He co-authored The Grand Piano: An Experiment in Collective Autobiography (This / Mode A, 2006-2010) in ten volumes. His literary essays have been widely published, notably in Poetics Journal. He lives in southern California, where he is adjunct faculty at the University of Redlands.


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