Todd Davis’s poetry featured in anthologies, journals, and magazines
Todd Davis, professor of English and environmental studies, has poems included in two new anthologies. “Visible Spectrum,” a poem about the nature of light as seen in the work of Monet’s paintings and in the work of Amish farmers collecting hay into shocks, is included in The Cumberland River Review: The First Five Years. His poems, “Jonah Begins to Think like a Prophet,” “Nicodemus’s Complaint,” and “Ananias Lays Hands on Saul,” are included in Adam, Eve, & the Riders of the Apocalypse, an anthology of poetry based upon figures from the Bible.
Davis also had new poems in recent issues of such journals and magazines as Orion, Barrow Street, Rattle, Harmony, Appalachia, Permafrost, Ruminate, and Natural Bridge.