Charles Martin (poet)

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Charles Martin (born 1942 New York City) is a poet, critic and translator. He grew up in the Bronx. He graduated from Fordham University and received his Ph.D. from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.[1] He now teaches at the City University of New York, Syracuse University, and the Stonecoast MFA Program at the University of Southern Maine.[2] Martin's specialty is Latin poetry. Martin is also a New Formalist, and was an original faculty member of the West Chester University Conference on Form and Narrative in Poetry.[3]

Honors and awards[edit]

He received the Poetry Foundation's Beth Hokin Prize in 1970. His poem, "Against a Certain Kind of Ardency," was in the 2001 Pushcart Prize collection, and in 2005 he won the American Academy of Arts and Letters' Award for Literature. Martin's Ovid translation won the 2004 Harold Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets.

Published works[edit]

Full-Length Poetry Collections

Critical Works

Translations

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