Adam Sol

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Adam Sol is a Canadian American poet.

Life[edit]

Adam Sol was born in New York[clarification needed] and raised in New Fairfield, Connecticut. He graduated from Tufts University, from Indiana University with an M.F.A, and from the University of Cincinnati with a Ph.D. He currently teaches at Laurentian University's campus in Barrie, Ontario.[1][2] He lives in Toronto.[3]

Sol is a judge for the 2016 Griffin Poetry Prize.[4]

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Works[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Balancing acts: the re-invention of ethnicity in Jewish American fiction before 1930. University of Cincinnati. 2000. 

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