Henry Crawford


Henry Crawford is a poet living and writing in the Washington, DC area. His work has appeared in several journals and online publications including Boulevard, Copper Nickel, Folio, Borderline Press and The Offbeat. He was a 2016 nominee for a Pushcart Prize for his poem “The City of Washington”appearing in District Lit. His first collection of poetry, American Software, was published in 2017 by CW Books.



In my monologues I use contemporary and historical figures as archetypes of common human characteristics in order to explore the inner life of myself and my readers.




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Henry Crawford

Emma, Charles Darwin’s wife, encourages him to publish his scientific theories.