Language College poet who served seeing that editor of the, a prominent literary newspaper. His works consist of Phantom Anthems, OWL/ON/BOU/GH, and Phrases. He went to Harvard College as well as the School of Iowa. He released his debut poetic function, Dusk Road Video games, in 1967. His literary design shifted during the period of his profession from some sort of poetic minimalism to a kind of visible experimentation that blended brief verses with creative elements. He was created in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He afterwards settled in north California, where he trained creative writing on the School of California-Berkeley. He and fellow Language College poet Barrett Watten co-founded and co-edited This, an important literary magazine from the 1970s.