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Paul Corman-Roberts

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Paul Corman-Roberts

Paul Corman-Roberts (b. 25 September 1967) is an American poet, author, editor and activist. He has worked most of his life as a labor union activist (ILWU, CWA,SEIU) an arts activist (he was a co-founder of the Wasteland Comedy Troupe in Las Vegas NV) and even for a few years as a member of the United States Air Force (820th RED HORSE.)[1] He is the author of several poetry and flash fiction collections and was the poetry editor for Cherry Bleeds, an online literary magazine.

Born in Los Angeles, raised in Humboldt County, he now currently resides in Oakland CA. Paul holds a MA/MFA degree in Poetics from New College of California.


Literary Career

In 2006, Howling Dog Press published Coming World/Gone World. Zygote in my Coffee published a collection of Corman-Roberts' poetry online in 2007 called Obituaries Found On the Backs of Cocktail Napkins. In 2009, Tainted Coffee Press published Neocom(Muter) and Full of Crow Press published 19th Street Station in 2010.

In October 2010, Paul's "Call Me Mister" was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Red Fez Publications. A couple of months later he would agree to pen the monthly column "Dispatches from Atlantis" for Red Fez and also serve as a fiction editor.

Paul is an editor for Full of Crow Press.

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  1. About: http://paulcormanroberts.com/about-paul/
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