Synopses & Reviews
Poetry. Richard Krech's first book was published by d. a. levy in 1967, and from there his early writing career took off, culminating in the anthology The Incompleat Works of Richard Krech. Taking a twenty-five-year break from writing during which he went to law school and established a criminal defense practice, Krech began publishing again in 2001 and has since had ten more books published. AT THE END OF TIME is compiled from this second period of activity, making up his second collected works.
About the Author
Richard Krech had his first book published by d.a. levy in 1967. He published a magazine, the Avalanche, and organized a series of poetry readings at a bookstore on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley for several years in the sixties. Krech stopped writing poetry in the mid-seventies and went to law school and has been practicing criminal defense in Oakland, California, since 1980. After a 25-year line break, he began writing poetry again early this century and has had several books published as well as a bibliography. He lives with his wife Mary Holbrook in Albany, California.