11/11/2009

I’ve never received a telegram,
and now it’s too late!

BIO:

Don Share is Senior Editor of Poetry magazine. His books include Squandermania (Salt Publishing), Union (Zoo Press), Seneca in English (Penguin Classics), and most recently a new book of poems, Wishbone (Black Sparrow), and Bunting's Persia (Flood Editions), which explores the British poet Basil Bunting's time in the Middle East; Share has also edited a critical edition of Bunting's work for Faber and Faber. His translations of Miguel Hernández, collected in I Have Lots of Heart (Bloodaxe Books) were awarded the Times Literary Supplement Translation Prize, and will appear in a revised edition from New York Review of Books Classics. He has been Poetry Editor of Harvard Review and Partisan Review, Editor of Literary Imagination, and curator of poetry at Harvard University. With Christian Wiman, he co-hosts the monthly Poetry magazine podcast and has co-edited The Open Door: One Hundred Poems, One Hundred Years of Poetry Magazine (University of Chicago Press).
MORE POEMS:

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'Men on the Phone', D. Gilson


02/12/2011
'Midwinter, South Mobile County', Jesseca Cornelson


10/30/2009
'Found Poem', Muammar Gadaffi