Anthony Frame is an exterminator who lives in Toledo, OH with his wife. His poems have been published in or are forthcoming from Third Coast, Harpur Palate, diode, North American Review, Gulf Stream and Prime Number Magazine, among others. His first chapbook, Paper Guillotines, was released by Imaginary Friend Press in 2010. His work also appears in the anthology Bigger Than They Appear: An Anthology of Very Short Poems (Accents Publishing, 2011). His poem "Walt Whitman and Allen Ginsberg Making Love in My Back Yard" won first place in the 2010 Toledo City Paper poetry contest and he was nominated for Sundress Press' 2010 Best of the Web anthology. He also co-edits the online journal, Glass: A Journal of Poetry.



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"Grunge in Ohio: An Interview with Feature Poet Anthony Frame." The Grand Rapids Literary Review. Issue 2. Online. August 2007.
The website for GRLR was taken down days after this interview was published. A "transcript" of the interview, though, is available on my old blog, FrameWorkhttp://anthonyframe.wordpress.com/2007/09/18/grunge-in-ohio-an-interview/

"Three Takes By Adam Tavel: Ruefle, Hemery, Frame." by Adam Tavel, published by Emprise Review.