Mark Levine (poet)

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Mark Levine (born 1965, New York) is an American poet and non-fiction writer.

He grew up in Toronto, attended Brown University, and the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

He taught at the University of Montana, and at the University of Iowa. His books of poetry include Capital, Debt, Enola Gay, and The Wilds. His book of non-fiction is titled F5. "Debt" was a selection in the National Poetry Series, and he has been the recipient of a Whiting Writers Award and a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). He has also written journalism for The New Yorker, the New York Times Magazine and numerous other publications.

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Ploughshares[dead link][edit]

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Publisher's Weekly (April 2000):

The book as a whole is a kind of triumph, one which perhaps does for poetry what David Foster Wallace has done for prose fiction.[1]

Salon:

There is a gravity to Mark Levine's second book, "Enola Gay," the first of three volumes in a promising new poetry series from the University of California Press. The poems in it bear a sense of having struggled up from beneath great pressure to reach the page.[2]

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