Four Way Books
Arrow Pointing North
by David Dodd Lee

ISBN: 1-884800-41-6
paper, 66 pages, $13.95



David Dodd Lee is the author of Downsides of Fish Culture (New Issues Press, 1997), a full-length collection, and Wilderness (March Street Press, 2000), a chapbook. His poems have been published in CutBank, Many Mountains Moving, The Quarterly, Green Mountains Review, Puerto del Sol, Nerve, Hawaii Review, RHINO, Cream City Review, Cimarron Review, Sycamore Review, Willow Springs, Quarterly West, Prairie Schooner, American Literary Review, and elsewhere. He has been poetry editor at Passages North and Third Coast, the literary magazine published at Western Michigan University, where he received an MFA in Creative Writing in 1993, and a BFA in Painting in 1986. Together with Donna Munro, he is editor of Half Moon Bay poetry chapbooks. He is currently working as a freelance editor and journalist, and has also worked as a park ranger, fisheries technician, handmade papermaker, and teacher of creative writing, as well as in redistribution in a hospital. He has just completed a novel entitled Flood. He lives in Kalamazoo with his wife, Marilyn, and their dog and cat.