Thrice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Dr. Richard Alan Bunch's work has appeared in a variety of national and international publications such as the Oregon Review, Poetry Nottingham, Hawai'i Review, Poetry New Zealand, Albatross, Roanoke Review, and Cape Rock . He is also the author of A Foggy Morning. Dr. Bunch has taught at several universities and colleges, including Vanderbilt, Napa Valley College, Memphis and Sonoma State.
2004 0-7734-3558-1 This volume features poems about nature, human relationships, and the sacred. The mood is realistic and themes include the interconnectedness of things, love and loss, issues of war and peace, againg and family relations.