Robert Gibb

1946 –

Robert Gibb is the author of fifteen collections of poetry, most recently Among Ruins (University of Notre Dame Press, 2017). His ninth collection, The Origins of Evening (W. W. Norton, 1998), was a National Poetry Series Winner, and his twelfth, After (Marsh Hawk Press, 2017), was selected by Mark Doty for the 2016 Marsh Hawk Poetry Prize. He is the recipient of two fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts and a Best American Poetry Prize, among other awards. He lives in Homestead, Pennsylvania.



Among Ruins (University of Notre Dame Press, 2017)
After (Marsh Hawk Press, 2017)
Sheet Music (Autumn House Press, 2012)
The Empty Loom (University of Arkansas Press, 2012)
What the Heart Can Bear: Selected and Uncollected Poems, 1979-1993 (Autumn House Press, 2009)
World Over Water (University of Arkansas Press, 2007)
The Burning World (University of Arkansas Press, 2004)
The Origins of Evening (W. W. Norton, 1999)
Fugue for a Late Snow (University of Missouri Press, 1993)
A Geography of Common Names (Devil's Millhopper Press, 1987)
Entering Time (Barnwood Press, 1986)
The Winter Press (University of Missouri Press, 1984)
The Names of the Earth in Summer (Stone Country, 1983)
The Margins (White Bear Books, 1979)
Whale Songs (Turkey Press, 1976)