Lewis Brown

Born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island, Lewis Brown has been resident in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1959. He wrote his first poem in 1948 at age 11. In the 1960s his poems appeared in Richard Duerden's Rivoli Review, Stan Persky's Open Space, and in Bill Levy's The Insect Trust Gazette. Since then he has published several chapbooks: Algebra for Breakfast (1986), Panama Poems (1992), Travel (1993), OXO Poems (2001), MDCC (2004), 25 Poems (2004), and 20/20 (2007).