Stephen Saul was born in 1958 and raised in the Kansas City area. He served abroad in the Army before studying journalism at the University of Kansas, and worked as a reporter on two Midwest newspapers before moving to New York City where he studied poetry at the New School For Social Research. He currently lives and writes in the Washington, DC area. Wanderings is his first collection of poetry.
1999 0-7734-3095-4 This volume concentrates on the use of charged language to deliver intense imagery, following the Bergsonian philosopher, T. E. Hume, who said the language of poetry is a visual concrete one. . . Images in verse are not mere decoration, but the very essence of an intuitive language.