William Reichard is the author of four collections of poetry: Sin Eater (2010), This Brightness (2007), and How To (2004) all from Mid-List Press, and An Alchemy in the Bones (1999) from New Rivers Press. In April 2011, New Village Press released American Tensions: Literature of Identity and the Search for Social Justice, edited by William Reichard and featuring work by over 40 poets, fiction, and nonfiction writers. Reichard has published a chapbook, To Be Quietly Spoken, with Frith Press (2001) and is the editor of The Evening Crowd at Kirmser's: A Gay Life in the 1940's (2001) from the University of Minnesota Press. Reichard works as the Program Director for Writing for Social Change and City Arts, two college level, interdisciplinary off-campus study programs offered by the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs.
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