Alfred Fournier grew up in Royal Oak, Michigan and pursued several degrees before being transplanted in and transformed by the Sonoran Desert. He is an entomologist with the University of Arizona and an enthusiastic volunteer in the literary community of greater Phoenix. He coordinates poetry workshops for Connect and Heal, a local nonprofit organization. He lives in Phoenix with his remarkable wife and daughter, and three mostly harmonious cats.
His poems have appeared in The Indianapolis Review, Hole in the Head Review, Welter, Amethyst Review, Third Wednesday, Cagibi, The New Verse News, International Times, The American Journal of Poetry, and elsewhere. In 2022, he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by the editors of Gyroscope Review. His flash and creative nonfiction have been featured in Delmarva Review, Lunch Ticket, New Flash Fiction Review, Quibble, The Perch Magazine, and elsewhere.
Paperback: 56 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (August 2, 2023)