SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Renaissance poet, publisher, and critic known for a poetry collection entitled THE REST OF THE Years. His many other poetic functions use in the Fictive Desire, The City WILL NOT Die, as well as the Crooked Lines of God. He was compelled to serve in a Civilian Community Service function camp in 1943 because of the fact that he was a conscientious objector towards the wartime draft costs. Whilst in this Oregon camp, he and fellow objectors began an arts community. His delivery name was William Everson. He re-named himself “Sibling Antoninus” in 1951 when he became a member of the Dominican Purchase in Oakland, California. He grew up on a plantation near Fresno, California by Christian Scientist parents who proved helpful within the printing business. He founded Lime Kiln Press, which released editions from the functions of Walt Whitman as well as other famous poets.