Kit Robinson is a Bay Area poet, writer, and musician. He is the author of two dozen collections of poetry, including Quarantina (Lavender Ink, 2022), Thought Balloon (Roof, 2019), Leaves of Class (Chax, 2017), Marine Layer (BlazeVOX, 2015), A Mammal of Style (with Ted Greenwald, Roof, 2013), Determination (Cuneiform, 2010), and The Messianic Trees: Selected Poems, 1976-2003 (Adventures in Poetry, 2009). Robinson’s essays on poetics, art, travel, and music, as well as video and audio recordings of his recent readings and interviews, may be found at his website. His papers are collected at The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Berkeley and plays Cuban tres guitar in the charanga band Calle Ocho.
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