Ohio Apertures

Ohio Apertures

by Robert Miltner
Ohio Apertures

Ohio Apertures

by Robert Miltner


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Robert Miltner's Ohio Apertures is a collection of brief pieces of creative

nonfiction that turns its attention to northeast Ohio's position as both a Great

Lakes state and the north coast of America. Its two dozen selections, which

include flash memoir, lyric essays, narrative nonfiction, literary nonfiction,

travel writing, and historical excavations of place, trace the author's life from

early childhood onward, offering a template for understanding the impact

of place, region, family, literacy, and cultural influence on the shaping of a

Midwest identity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733308656
Publisher: Cornerstone Press
Publication date: 12/10/2021
Pages: 130
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.31(d)

About the Author

Robert Miltner is the author of two books of prose poetry, Hotel Utopia and Orpheus & Echo, poetry chapbooks including Against the Simple, Queen Mab and the Moon Boy, Imperative, and Eurydice Rising, and the short story collection And Your Bird Can Sing. He has co-edited three scholarly collections of critical essays, and is the founding editor of The Raymond Carver Review.Miltner is the recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for Poetry, an Ohio Arts Council Fellowship at Vermont Studio Center, and a writing residency at Wassaic Project. His writing has received a Wick Chapbook Award from Kent State University, a Many Voices Project in Poetry Award from New Rivers Press, and a Summer Chapbook Award from Red Berry Fine Press Editions, and he has been a finalist for the National Poetry Series, the Louise Bogan Award for Artistic Merit and Excellence, the New York Center for the Book chapbook prize, and the Ohioana Award in Poetry. He has been nominated for both a Pushcart Prize and a Best of the Net Award.A professor emeritus of English at Kent State University Stark and the NEOMFA in Creative Writing, Miltner lives in Northeast Ohio with his wife, the writer Molly Fuller.
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