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Christopher Buckley (poet)

For other people of the same name, see Christopher Buckley.

Christopher Buckley (born 1948) is an American poet.

Buckley was born in Arcata, California. He graduated from St. Mary's College with a BA, San Diego State University with a MA, and University of California, Irvine with an MFA. He taught at Fresno State University, University of California, Santa Barbara, Murray State University, West Chester University. and University of California, Riverside.[1]

He married painter Nadya Brown.[2]



  • "Sky", UPNE
  • Blue autumn: poems, Copper Beech Press, 1990, ISBN 978-0-914278-53-5
  • Dark matter: poems, Copper Beach Press, 1993, ISBN 9780914278627
  • ISBN 978-0-8101-5113-0
  • ISBN 978-1-930755-49-9
  • And the sea: poems, Sheep Meadow Press, 2006, ISBN 9781931357333
  • Sleepwalk: California dreamin' and a last dance with the '60s, Eastern Washington University Press, 2006
  • Modern history: prose poems 1987-2007, Tupelo Press, 2008, ISBN 978-1-932195-68-2
  • Rolling the Bones: poems, UT Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1-59732-063-4
  • One for the Money: The Sentence as a Poetic Form, A Poetry Workshop Handbook and Anthology., Lynx House Press, 2012, ISBN 978-0-89924-126-5


  • ISBN 978-0-87417-247-8


  • ISBN 978-0-9666691-7-6
  • ISBN 978-1-890771-19-5


External links

  • "Transparent Art: an interview with christopher buckley ", Chattahoochee Review
  • "Katmandu Ars Poetica", Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts

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