American poet, author, scholar, literary critic, and actor who became known for a 1967 work entitled Tracks for a Boy. His other functions consist of Bronchial Tangle as well as the Drowned Man towards the Seafood. He studied in the College or university of Wisconsin and journeyed to England on the Fulbright Fellowship. Ultimately, he gained a Ph.D. in Victorian books. His live poetry readings sparked an performing career that ultimately got him to theaters in LA and NY. He and his wife Jean got a son called Richard who passed away of meningitis. Later on, pursuing his divorce, Peters started a decades-long romantic relationship with male poet Paul Trachtenberg. His personae poems had been inspired by the task of Robert Browning.