My Story in a Late Style of Fire is a feature-length documentary film exploring the work and life of poet Larry Levis. When Levis died at age 49 in Richmond, he had published five well-received books of poetry, a collection of stories, and numerous essays. Since his death, his reputation and influence have continued to grow among a varied, widespread audience. The film reveals Levis from multiple perspectives, including responses by a diverse group of writers who find his work of great importance, such as Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Wright, Guggenheim Fellow David Wojahn, and frequent New Yorker contributor Kathleen Graber, among many others. Director: Michele Poulos; Director of Photography: Kevin Gallagher

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