Jordan Davis (poet)

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Jordan Davis (born 1970 New York) is an American poet. He is one of the Flarf poets. He is the poetry editor of The Nation.[1]

Life[edit]

He graduated from Columbia College, where he studied with Kenneth Koch.[2] He was editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter.[3] In 1998, he founded The Hat, with Christopher Edgar.[4]

His work appeared in Poetry,[5] Boston Review,[6] and 3:AM Magazine.[7]

Works[edit]

Co-edited
  • Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books, Subpress, 2004, ISBN 9781930068230[8]
  • The Collected Poems of Kenneth Koch, Knopf, 2005.
  • P.O.D. (Poems On Demand), Greying Ghost. 2011.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jordan Davis | The Nation
  2. ^ Jordan Davis | Academy of American Poets
  3. ^ Emerging Poet: On Jordan Davis | Academy of American Poets
  4. ^ Diggory, Terence (2009). Encyclopedia of the New York School Poets. Infobase Publishing. p. 128. ISBN 9781438119052. 
  5. ^ Jordan Davis : The Poetry Foundation
  6. ^ http://bostonreview.net/BR24.3/davis.html
  7. ^ 3am Poetry - POEMS BY JORDAN DAVIS
  8. ^ Nichols, Travis. "Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books". Octopus Magazine. Retrieved 18 March 2013. "Sarah Manguso and Jordan Davis have...gathered together a group of poets who, by the title’s implication, are free from the restraints and requirements imposed by what Davis calls “the government of poetry-land,” and radical compared to the staid, homogenized poetry cranked out by writers obsessed with the magazine-book-adjunct job-tenured job fast track to Ted Kooser-land." 

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