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Charles G. Lauder, Jr., is an international poet and a respected, established editor.

He was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, and now lives in south Leicestershire, UK. He's published a full collection, The Aesthetics of Breath (V.Press, 2019), and two pamphlets, Bleeds (Crystal Clear Creators, 2012) and Camouflaged Beasts (BLER, 2017). His poetry has appeared in Stand, Magma, The North, Oxford Poetry, Agenda, Prole, Poetry Salzburg, Atrium, Ink, Sweat & Tears, among many others. He's been commended in the Prole Laureate and Stanza competitions and was shortlisted for the Gingko Prize's AONB Best Poem of Landscape. From 2014 to 2018, he served as Assistant Editor for the poetry journal The Interpreter's House.

For 30 years he's copy-edited hundreds of books and articles on academic subjects ranging from literature, history, international relations, and psychology to physics & astronomy, mathematics, computer science, and medicine. His clients have included Oxford University Press, Elsevier Science, Academic Press, Random House, Practical Action, and British Archaeological Reports. In addition, he's edited dissertations and theses, and develop-edited manuscripts for nonnative English-speaking authors.

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