"Could it be that Wallace Stevens and Gertrude Stein met in Elysium and had a son named Geoffrey Nutter?"-John Yau Bearing the visionary inheritance of ancient Chinese poets and early twentieth-century painters, Geoffrey Nutter casts a penetrating light into the colorfully shifting landscape of modern existence. Christopher Sunset reinvigorates the architecture of society's captive and captivating imaginations. Geoffrey Nutter is the author of Water's Leaves & Other Poems (Verse Press) and A Summer Evening (Center for Literary Publishing). His poems have been widely anthologized, including in the Best American Poetry series. He lives in Manhattan with his family.
Geoffrey Nutter was born in Sacramento, California. He is the author of A Summer Evening (Center for Literary Publishing, 2001), and winner of the 2001 Colorado Prize. His poems have appeared in Verse, Fence, jubilat, the Best American Poetry 1997 and The Iowa Anthology of New American Poetries. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, daughter and son.