Bruno Navasky is a teacher and writer in New York City. He served for a decade as the director of technology at The Children’s Storefront, an independent school in Harlem, where he also taught English and developed community outreach programs. He continues to consult for schools, nonprofits, and individuals in education, technology, and language arts. As an undergraduate at Harvard College he studied poetry with Lucie Brock-Broido, Seamus Heaney, and Helen Vendler. He studied Japanese literature with Edwin A. Cranston.
Navasky has edited three anthologies of verse. Other publications include poems, reviews, and translations in The Paris Review, the New York Times, and elsewhere. Prior to serving on the Academy of American Poets’ Board, he worked for five years on staff and was founding editor of American Poets, the Academy of American Poets’ biannual journal.