Zane Koss is a poet and scholar currently living in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. He was born and raised in the Columbia Valley, BC, and has previously lived in Guelph, ON, and Montreal, QC. He has worked as a canoe shack barker, unskilled labourer, skilled labourer, warehouse picker, teaching assistant, research fellow, and poet. He is currently a doctoral candidate at New York University, where his research focuses on Canadian and Mexican poetry in the 1960s and 70s. His writing can be found in the Chicago Review, CV2, Poetry is Dead, and elsewhere. His debut volume of poetry, Warehouse Zone, was published by Publication Studio Guelph in 2015.
Works on The Blasted Tree:
- JOB SITE [poetry]