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Edward Hirsch

Born in Chicago on January 20, 1950, Edward Hirsch is a poet and literary advocate. His second collection, Wild Gratitude (Knopf, 1986), received the National Book Critics Circle Award

Edward Hirsch

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2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Political Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Riddle
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Oral-Formulaic Method
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Tanka
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Elegy
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Letter Poem, Epistle
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Organic Form
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Proverb
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Nature Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Nocturne
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Verbless Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Stanza
2014 From A Poet’s Glossary: Lullaby
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Naked Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Prose Poem
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Saudade
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Naked Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Epigram
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Prose Poem
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Naked Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Fragment
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Prose Poem
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Naked Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Naked Poetry
2014 Poetry, Prayer, and Process: Edward Hirsch and Rachel Eliza Griffiths in Conversation
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Free Verse
2014 From A Poet’s Glossary: Elliptical Poetry
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Couplet
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Line
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Lament
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Negative Capability
2014 From A Poet's Glossary: Poetry
2007 How to Read a Poem
2005 To Go Its Way in Tears: Poems of Grief
2001 The Unwritten Biography: Philip Levine and Edward Hirsch in Conversation