Glenn Watt is one of those outstanding American voices living right amongst you. His poetry has the warbling, liquid clarity of a rare songbird I'm not informed enough to give a name to. He could, though. He walks among the filtered light of branches and the trill of the songbirds on a daily basis, and these things form a vibration or a pulse in his writing.
Author of a chapbook, Glad Music (The Contemporary Review, 1996), and contributor to magazines such as Passages North, The MacGuffin, The Iowa Source and others, Glenn Watt has a small collection of poems forthcoming in the anthology, This Enduring Gift. He lives in Fairfield.