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Ace Boggess, a poet, playwright, and novelist, was born on October 8, 1971. Boggess is a native of Huntington, West Virginia.
Boggess graduated from Marshall University and obtained his law degree from West Virginia University College of Law. He is the author of Socrates Said, a Play (Grimpenmire Press, 1996), and poetry chapbooks Desire's Orchestra (Three-Legged Dog Press, 1998) and Compost Heap (Naked Press, 1994). His poetry has appeared in scores of poetry journals. Boggess's latest collection of poetry, The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled, was published by highwire press in 2003.
Boggess: Featured Contributor
(1), Fugue (5), Meditation (10)
Be More Than a Passing
"Why Do We Miss People?"
"What Is Your Favorite Movie?"
Half Drunk Muse
It Doesn't Matter for Tonight
Search May Affect Asparagus Crop
You Had News
My Chickens Still Have All Their Heads (& Don't Exist)
If I Am Something Else
Notes From Annual Meeting
of the Heidegger Circle
Nothing Further Need Be Done
What's the Difference Between Panic Grass and Love Grass?
"So, Are You Here For the Saloon
or the Salvation?"
Will I Perform My Role Well In The Last Scene?
"Want to Be in a Movie?"
Be Clear on Why You Want
Ace Boggess, Compost Heap (Naked Press, 1994)
__________, Desires Orchestra (Three-Legged Dog Press, 1998)
__________, The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled (Denver, Pennsylvania: highwire press, 2003)
Index, Book Reviews by Ace Boggess at Adirondack Review [online]
Ace Boggess, Writer's Nature (Wernersville, Pennsylvania: Circle Publications, 2001)