James Galvin (poet)

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James Galvin (born 1951 in Chicago).[1]

Awards[edit]

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • As Is (Copper Canyon Press, 2009)
  • X: poems (Copper Canyon Press, 2003)
  • Resurrection Update: Collected Poems 1975-1997 (Copper Canyon Press, 1997), which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award and the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize
  • Lethal Frequencies (Copper Canyon Press, 1995)
  • Elements (1988)
  • God's Mistress (1984), which was selected for the National Poetry Series by Marvin Bell
  • Imaginary Timber (1980)
  • Dear Miss Emily

Fiction[edit]

  • The Meadow (Holt, 1992)
  • Fencing the Sky (Holt, 1999)

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