Bradley R. Strahan most recently taught poetry at Univ. of Texas. He is a former Fulbright Professor of Poetry & American Culture (2002-2004) and for 12 years taught poetry at Georgetown University.
He is the director of Visions International Arts and publisher of Visions-International. Since 1976 he has won numerous awards and developed a worldwide following for his work, which includes several books of poetry and over 600 poems in such places as: America, Christian Century, Crosscurrents, Rattapallax, Seattle Rev, Christian Science Monitor, Poet Lore, Confrontation, First Things, Midstream, Hollins Critic, Soundings East, Gargoyle, Borderlands, Passages North, etc.; in the U.K.: Orbis, Tribune, Nottingham Rev., Krax, The Seventh Quarry (Wales), etc.; in Ireland: Crannog, Salmon, and Revival; elsewhere in Sources (Belgium), Poetry Monthly Shimunhak (Korea), Poetry Australia, Poetry Salzburg Review, and Yuan Yang (Hong Kong). Strahan has lectured and read his work in American, Europe, and Asia. He spent November 2001 to January 2 in Holland on a Vogelstein Foundation program (where he replaced John Ashbery as the American poet at the “Literaire Podia Amsterdam”).
In 2006, he was a Fellow at the “Vertalershuis” in Leuven, Belgium and was a featured poet at international poetry festivals in Ireland and Belgium. Strahan has been widely anthologized and translated into many languages including French, Spanish, Dutch, Serbian, Macedonian, and Korean; his critically acclaimed most recent book, This Art of Losing, has been translated into French.