Akiva J. Savett’s poetry has appeared poetry has appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Kerem, Circa, The Red River Review, In Parentheses, Four and Twenty, The Eunoia Review, Etcetera, And was published in The Washington Post’s “Autobiography As Haiku”
He teaches English and Advanced Placement Literature at Winston Churchill High School, in Potomac, Maryland. He holds and MA in English from University of Delaware and lives in suburban Maryland with his wife Alison and two children.
preservation: In this dynamic collection, Akiva J.Savett takes heed of William Carlos Williams’s injunction “no ideas but in things.” In verse that is both sensorily accessible and playfully experimental, Savett preserves the people, places, and moments which comprise his world. In trusting the smallest concrete details to convey always monumental human longing, Savett’s poems resonate with readers in both immediate and lasting ways.
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