Oct. 20- P. INMAN, MILES CHAMPION
P. INMAN grew up on Long Island off the coast of “America,” 6-7 miles away from the Atlantic; lit pubs include: OCKER, RED SHIFT, CRISS CROSS, VEL, AT. LEAST., AMOUNTS. TO., & NOW/TIME; other pubs: Four Fields (DC), Grogan’s (Ennis), Shagwong’s (Montauk), Taafe’s (Galway); employment: retired Federal employee, currently works as a labor rep for AFSCME Council 26, 3 blocks away from the White House; currently sits: 1 foot from keyboard.
Miles Champion’s books include _Sore Models_ and _Three Bell Zero_. Forthcoming are a chapbook, _Eventually_, from A Rest Press and a full-length collection, _How to Laugh_, from AIP. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in recent issues of _No: A Journal of the Arts_, _Shiny_ and _Zoland Poetry_, and his recent collaborations with artists include one on paper with Trevor Winkfield and one in latex with Jane South. He moved to New York from London in 2002.