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Lee Ann Brown was born on 11 October, 1963 in Saitama, Japan, is an American poet and book publisher. Discover Lee Ann Brown's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
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Brown's second book, The Sleep that Changed Everything, was published by Wesleyan University Press in 2003. Michael Scharf, writing for Publishers Weekly, called the book "an enormous, huge-hearted second collection" that "should solidify her national reputation". Crowns of Charlotte, published by Carolina Wren Press, followed ten years later, along with In the Laurels, Caught, which was published by Fence Books. In a review of In the Laurels, Caught for The Rumpus, Sarah Sarai concluded that the work was "a surprise ball of a collection, a gift to unwrap and unravel". A Publishers Weekly review of In the Laurels, Caught noted that the book had "practically everything", but observed that readers might be put off by the work's avant-garde approach. Her book Other Archer was published in English and French by Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre in 2015.
Brown's first poetry collection, titled Polyverse and published by Sun & Moon Press in 1999, won the New American Poetry Competition judged by Charles Bernstein, who chose Brown's collection to be published in the New American Poetry Series. Polyverse was selected for a "Poet's Choice" review in the Washington Post by Robert Hass, who expressed confusion at some of the references in the work but called Brown "one of the wittiest and most inventive" young American poets. In his review of Polyverse for Jacket, Patrick Pritchett observed that the collection "gleams with the kind of insouciant glee that only the canniest combination of pure naivete and knowing craftsmanship can produce". Writing for Boston Review, Elaine Equi predicted that Polyverse would "establish her as one of the most adventurous, confident and interesting of today's experimental writers".
Brown founded Tender Buttons Press in 1989. The press's first publication was Bernadette Mayer’s book The Sonnets. The press has since released over a dozen books. At the 2019 Firecracker Awards for independent publishers, the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses gave Brown the Lord Nose Award, which recognizes a "lifetime of publishing."
Lee Ann Brown (born 1963) is an American poet and book publisher. She has published several volumes of poetry in addition to being the founder of Tender Buttons Press, a poetry press dedicated to publishing experimental women's poetry.
Brown was born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan in 1963 and grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. She attended Brown University for both her undergraduate and master's degrees.