Frank Stewart (poet)

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Frank Stewart (born 1946) is an American poet.


A longtime resident of Hawaii, he graduated from the University of Hawai‘i, and where he has taught since 1974.

He is co-editor of Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing.[1][2]

His poems have appeared in Ironwood, Kyoto Journal, Orion, Ploughshares, Zyzzyva.[3]

He lives in Honolulu, Hawaii.[4]




  • "Black Winter". American War Poetry: An Anthology. Columbia University Press. 2006. ISBN 978-0-231-13310-4. 
  • Honoring Fathers: An International Poetry Anthology (University of the Philippines Press, 2005)
  • Father Nature: Fathers as Guides to the Natural World (University of Iowa Press, 2003)
  • Place of Passage: Contemporary Catholic Poetry (Story Line Press, 2000)

Ploughshares[dead link][edit]


  • Frank Stewart, John Eugene Unterecker, eds. (1979). Poetry Hawaii: a contemporary anthology. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 978-0-8248-0642-2. 


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