Aaron Brown's forthcoming poetry collection, Acacia Road, is the winner of the 2016 Gerald Cable Book Award. The collection will be published in early 2018 by Silverfish Review Press.
Aaron is also the author of the chapbook Winnower (Wipf & Stock, 2013). His poetry has received Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominations and has been anthologized in Best New African Poets 2015.
Some recent poetry publications can be found at the following links:
"I don't know anything about suffering" and "The Calling" in World Literature Today.
"Batha River" and "After Two Years Traveling Abroad, Woman Found Hanging From a Tree" in Tupelo Quarterly.
"Broken Oud" in Christian Century.
"Old Man Watching Dunkirk" in Rattle.
"Jiangxi Citizens See Floating City" and "Suspension of (Dis)belief" in The Cresset.
"Endless" and "Acedia" in The Curator.
"Ceremonial" in apt.
"Picture of a Family" in Sojourners.
"Memory Across Ocean" in Warscapes.