Hugh Seidman

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Hugh Seidman (born 1940 Brooklyn, New York) is an American poet.

Life[edit]

He is a graduate of Polytechnic Institute of New York University.[1]

He has taught writing at the University of Wisconsin, Yale University, Columbia University, the College of William and Mary, The New School.[2]

His work appeared in The Brooklyn Rail,[3] Harper's,[4] The Paris Review,[5] Virginia Quarterly Review.[6]

He lives in New York City.[7]

Awards[edit]

  • 2004 Green Rose Prize from New Issues Press (Western Michigan University) for SOMEBODY STAND UP AND SING
  • 2003, 1990 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) grant [8]
  • 1990 Camden Poetry Award (Walt Whitman Center for the Arts)
  • 1985, 1972, 1970 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship
  • 1971 New York State Creative Artists Public Service grant
  • 1970 Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition

Works[edit]

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Criticism[edit]

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