Edgar Bogardus

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Edgar Collins Bogardus (26 July 1927 – 11 May 1958) was an American poet. His work appeared in Kenyon Review,[1] Shenandoah,[2] Virginia Quarterly Review,[3] Yale Literary Magazine.[4]


He was born on 26 July 1927 in Mount Vernon, Ohio. He graduated from Yale University with a B.A. and an M.A. He taught at Carnegie Institute of Technology, the University of Connecticut, and Kenyon College. He was managing editor of the Kenyon Review.[5] He died on 11 May 1958 in Mount Vernon, Ohio.



  • Various jangling keys. Yale University Press. 1953. 
  • Last poems, The Kenyon review, 1960



  1. ^ Ransom, John Crowe (1956-01-01). The Kenyon Review. Kenyon College. 
  2. ^ Shenandoah. Shenandoah. 1971-01-01. 
  3. ^ Kohler, Charlotte E. (1969-01-01). Poems from the Virginia Quarterly Review, 1925-1967. University Press of Virginia. 
  4. ^ Harned, Joseph; Goodwin, Neil (1961-01-01). Art and the craftsman: the best of the Yale literary magazine, 1836-1961. The Yale Literary Magazine. 
  5. ^ http://brokert10.fcla.edu/a/ampo20/bios/am22007.bio.html
  6. ^ http://www.gf.org/fellows/1475-edgar-collins-bogardus

External links[edit]