Tony Quagliano (1941-2007) has various works including poems in New York Quarterly, Harvard Review, Rolling Stone, New Directions, Yankee, Spring: The Journal of the E.E. Cummings Society and The Pushcart Prize, as well as in numerous Hawai'i literary journals. His books of poetry include: Language Drawn and Quartered, Fierce Meadows, Snail Mail Poems and pictographs. He edited the special Bukowski issue of Small Press Review which appeared in 1973. He edited KAIMANA–The Journal of the Hawai'i Literary Arts Council from 1990 to 2007. He was the 1976 recipient of the first Pushcart Prize–Best of the Small Presses Award, 1988 the Elliott Cades Award for Literature, and the Stefan Baciu Award in Literature for cutting edge artistic quality, originality, creativity and inventiveness in a body of work.
Tony has poems forthcoming in Visiting Wallace: Poems Inspired by the Life and work of Wallace Stevens (Fall 2009) and Poetrybay (www.poetrybay.com).