Robert Klein Engler
lives in Oak Park, Illinois and sometimes New Orleans. He holds degrees from the University of Illinois in Urbana and the
University of Chicago. Michael Morgan writing in the Comstock Review says that Robert Klein Engler "...is a poet of the
Many of Robert’s poems and stories are set in the
Crescent City. "Justin the Pirate," is available in the Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly, "Red
Beans and Rice," is online at the Drunken Boat, and "The Approach to Pilottown," is at Blithe
House Quarterly. His long poem, The Accomplishment of Metaphor and the Necessity of Suffering, set partially
in New Orleans, is published by Headwaters Press, Medusa, New York, 2004. He has received an Illinois Arts Council award for
his "Three Poems for Kabbalah."
If you google his name, then
you may find his work on the Internet. Some of his books are available at Lulu.com and amazon.com.
"The Approach to Pilottown"
"Red Beans and Rice"
To order Robert Klein Engler's books, please go to Amazon.com