Bryan Borland is a multi-time Pushcart-nominated poet from Alexander, Arkansas, and the founder and publisher of Sibling Rivalry Press.
Bryan’s first collection of poetry, My Life as Adam, is a potent cocktail of family life, religion, and sexuality. It was one of only five books of poetry selected by the American Library Association for their first annual “Over the Rainbow” list of recommended LGBT-themed publications.
His second collection of poetry, Less Fortunate Pirates: Poems from the First Year Without My Father, is now available.
He is also the editor of Assaracus, the world’s only print journal dedicated exclusively to the gay poet and one of Library Journal‘s “Best New Magazines” (May 2012), and the editor of Lady Business: A Celebration of Lesbian Poetry, published in August 2012 by Sibling Rivalry Press and included on 2013′s “Over the Rainbow” list.
For more about Bryan, read an interview with him here, add him as a friend on Facebook, or follow him on Twitter. You can also hang out with him if you ever get to central Arkansas. He’ll buy you a beer and talk incessantly about his adorable
partner husband (as of March 8, 2013!), Seth.