|-|'''Benjamin C. Krause ''' (b. 8 Apr 1985) is a poet, editor, publisher, essayist, and literary translator. He attended Dickinson College in 2003, and studied Computer Science while continuing to write poetry. He took English courses up to the 300 level, which included Creative Writing classes, but he was short of a minor. He took a year off for medical leave from 2006-2007, and graduated in 2008. |+|
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|-|== Writing == |+|
|-|Krause got his first poetry acceptance from [ [Tipton Poetry Journal]]. His first nonfiction acceptance, "All Indians Love Ghandi," was by ''The Literary Bohemian''. His first chapbook, ''Classifieds'', was published in February 2010. In March 2010, Krause was a Featured Artist at [[Counterexample Poetics] ], and featured in anthologies of the best poems published that year by ''Children, Churches & Daddies'' and ''Foliate Oak''. He also developed a poetry form called the '''quincouplet''', and his essay about it was the Featured Article in [[Galatea Resurrects]] 16. In 2011 he appeared in ''Gargoyle Magazine'' #57, a magazine that has published many of his favorite poets. |+|