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Wayne Chambliss

Contributor

Wayne Chambliss

Wayne Chambliss is a poet and a translator. His work has recently appeared in Fence, jubilat, Octopus, Fascicle, Drunken Boat, and other literary journals. He has a chapbook, The Traveling Salesman Problem (The Caitlins, 2006), and another forthcoming, ZANZOTTO E MEZZO (Surface Press, 2007). Wayne moved to Portland, Ore., from New York City last year.

Articles by Wayne Chambliss

Destitutes Compound
By Wayne Chambliss
At the time I left home for good I must have been around twenty-two or twenty-four years old. What prompted me to leave was my father’s attitude. He complained that I’d developed bad habits.…
Translated from Urdu by Wenguang Huang
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