Grace Schulman

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Grace Schulman (born 1935 New York City) is an American poet, and academic.

Life[edit]

She studied at Bard College, and graduated from American University in 1955, and from New York University with a Ph.D.in 1971.[1]

She is Distinguished Professor of English at Baruch College, CUNY. She has taught poetry writing at Princeton University, Columbia University, Wesleyan University, Bennington College, and Warren Wilson College.[2]

Her work has appeared in the New Yorker,[3] the New Republic, Paris Review,[4] Antaeus, Grand Street, the Yale Review, the Hudson Review, "Atlantic Monthly," and the Kenyon Review.

She served as Poetry Editor of the Nation (1972–2006),[5] and director of the Poetry Center, 92nd Street Y, 1973-1985.[6]

She lives in New York with her husband, a scientist, Dr. Jerome L. Schulman.

Awards[edit]

  • Guggenheim Fellowship for Poetry, 2004–2005
  • Aiken Taylor Award for Poetry, 2003
  • Distinguished Alumni Award, New York University Graduate Arts and Sciences, 2003
  • Finalist, Phi Beta Kappa Awards, 2002.
  • Delmore Schwartz Award for Poetry, 1996.
  • Poetry Fellowship from the New York Foundation of the Arts, 1995.
  • "Best Poem of 2004," American Scholar.

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

Editor[edit]

Criticism[edit]

Translator[edit]

  • T. Carmi, At the Stone of Losses (poems), University of California Press (Berkeley, CA), 1983.
  • Pablo Antonio Cuadra (1979). Songs of Cifar and the Sweet Sea: Selections from the "Songs of Cifar," 1967-1977. Translators Grace Schulman, Ann M. De Zavala. Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-04772-2. 

Anthologies[edit]

  • The Best American Poetry 1995, edited by David Lehman and Richard Howard.
  • The Best of the Best American Poetry 1988-1998, edited by David Lehman and Harold Bloom.
  • Pushcart Prizes 21, 23, 27, and 32.
  • American Religious Poems, edited by Harold Bloom and Jesse Zuba.
  • I Speak of the City, edited by Stephen Wolf.
  • The Poetry Anthology,1912-2002, edited by Jospeph Parisi and Stephen Young.
  • Hammer and Blaze: A Gathering of Contemporary Poets, edited by Ellen Bryant Voigt and Heather McHugh.

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