Construction Literary Magazine

Fall 2020

Robert S. King

Robert S. King, a native Georgian, now lives in the mountains near Hayesville, NC. His poems have appeared in hundreds of magazines, including California Quarterly, Chariton Review, Hollins Critic, Kenyon Review, Lullwater Review, Main Street Rag, Midwest Quarterly, Negative Capability, Southern Poetry Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review. He has published three chapbooks: When Stars Fall Down as Snow (Garland Press, 1976); Dream of the Electric Eel (Wolfsong Publications, 1982); and The Traveller’s Tale (Whistle Press, 1998). His full‐length collections include The Hunted River and The Gravedigger’s Roots, both in 2nd editions from FutureCycle Press, 2012; One Man's Profit from Sweatshoppe Publications, 2013; and Developing a Photograph of God, in which "Reinkarmation" will appear, scheduled for publication by Glass Lyre Press sometime this year. For more information, visit his website.