Wynn%20Photo%20cropped.jpgWynn Yarbrough

Wynn Yarbrough lives in Mt. Rainier, Maryland and teaches Children’s Literature and Creative Writing at the University of the District of Columbia. He has worked as a painter, bartender, editor, teacher, and studio engineer. Poems, reviews, interviews and articles have appeared in Black ZinniasThe Potomac ReviewBranches Quarterlythe Pedestal MagazinePoetry Midwest, and others.

He has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and won the Louisiana College Composition Poetry Prize in 2005. He is also the author of a critical work, Masculinity in Children’s Animal Stories, 1888-1928: A Critical Study of Anthropomorphic Tales by Wilde, Kipling, Potter, Grahame, and Milne (McFraland Press, 2011).


Books published by CIAL:

A Boy's Dream