Phil Timpane is a lifelong resident of the Berkshires, growing up in Pittsfield and Stockbridge. He moved to Great Barrington with his wife and three children in 1989, where he works as a building contractor and designs and builds new poems. His work has appeared in the Atlanta Review, The Cortland Review, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Upstreet, among other online and print literary journals.
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Saturday, 11 Oct 2014 - Philip Timpane offers an elegy for the allée of trees, soon to removed, that sheltered and illuminated his hometown's Main Street in spring.