Philip Kobylarz is an itinerant teacher of the language arts and writer of fiction, poetry, book reviews, and essays. He has been a journalist, a film critic, a veterinarian’s assistant, a deliverer of furniture, and an ascetic.
Philip’s work appears in such publications as Paris Review, Poetry, The Best American Poetry series, Massachusetts Review, and Lalitamba. His first book, Zen-inspired poems concerning life in the south of France, is entitled rues. His second book, short stories and a novella, is titled Now Leaving Nowheresville. An experimental, encyclopedic work, A Miscellany of Diverse Things, was published by Brooklyn’s Lit Riot Press in 2017.
He lives ever so temporarily in the East Bay of San Francisco.
Everytime Press published Philip’s travel memoir All Roads Lead from Massilia in 2017.
Philip has also contributed to the anthology Inane.