Bill Mohr is a poet and literary historian and critic whose writing has appeared in a dozen anthologies and a multitude of magazines. his writing has been translated into Japanese, Croatian, Spanish and Italian. His most recent book in the United States is a bilingual edition, The Headwaters of Nirvana / Los Manantiales del Nirvana. In addition to publishing landmark collections of Los Angeles poets such as Poetry Loves Poetry in 1985, he was the editor of Momentum Press from 1974 to 1988 and brought out books by poets such as Alicia Ostriker, Jim Krusoe, Holly Prado, Kate Braverman, Jim Moore, Harry Northup, Joseph Hansen, and Leland Hickman. Mohr is currently a professor at California State University, Long Beach. His literary history of Los Angeles and its communities of poets, Holdouts (University of Iowa Press, 2011) has received unanimous acclaim. He has a Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California, San Diego; in 1997, he was a visiting scholar at the Getty Research Institute.
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