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William Brewer may refer to: William Brewer (justice) (died 1226), administrator and justice in England; William Briwere (died 1244), his nephew, medieval bishop of Exeter; William Henry Brewer (1828–1910), American botanist; William M. Brewer (died 1921), mayor of Omaha, Nebraska, 1873–1874; William J. Brewer ...


William Brewer (alias Briwere, Brigwer, etc.) (died 1226) of Tor Brewer in Devon, was a prominent administrator and judge in England during the reigns of kings Richard I, his brother King John, and John's son Henry III. He was a major landholder and the founder of several religious institutions. In 1204, he acquired the ...


Official website of poet, teacher, and editor William Brewer.


Official website of poet, teacher, and editor William Brewer.


William Brewer was born and raised in West Virginia. He is the author of I Know Your Kind (Milkweed Editions, 2017), winner of the National Poetry Series. He is currently a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University and lives in Oakland, California.


William Brewer is the author of I Know Your Kind, a winner of the 2016 National Poetry Series, as well as the chapbook Oxyana, which was awarded the Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship 30 and Under. He is currently a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. He was born and raised in West Virginia.


In these poems, William Brewer demonstrates an immersive, devastating empathy for both the lost and the bereaved, the enabled and the enabler, the addict who knocks late at night and the brother who closes the door. He shows us the high, at once numbing and transcendent: “this warm moment when I forget which part ...


Sep 5, 2017 ... The PEN Ten is PEN America's weekly interview series. This week, Hafizah Geter , editor at Little A and Day One from Amazon Publishing, speaks to poet and Stegner fellow William Brewer, whose poetry collection, I Know Your Kind, is out this week. Hafizah writes: By now we've all seen the studies that ...


Aug 25, 2017 ... I Know Your Kind by William Brewer Milkweed Editions $16, 95 pages published September 2017. According to a recent New York Times article, drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50. Perhaps no region has been as decimated as Appalachia, where a ...