Klein Engler lives
in Chicago and New Orleans. He holds degrees from the University of
Illinois at Urbana and The University of Chicago Divinity School.
He was a department chair for many years at the City Colleges of Chicago
until he was banned by the Chancellor in May,1997. He now teaches
at Roosevelt University. His poems and stories have appeared in Borderlands,
Hyphen, Christopher Street, The James White Review, American Letters
and Commentary, Kansas Quarterly, and many other magazines and journals.
He was the recipient of Illinois Arts Council Literary Awards for
his poem "Flower Festival at Genzano," which appeared in
Whetstone and "Three Poems for Kabbalah," which appeared
in Fish Stories, II. His books, Medicine Signs and Shore Line, among
others, are available from from Alphabeta Press or Amazon.com. Return
to Alexander, a book of sonnets, is available from iUniverse.com.
books by Robert Engler available on Amazon.com