Norman Dubie

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Norman Dubie (born April 10, 1945 in Barre, Vermont) is an American poet.

Life[edit]

He is the author of twenty-eight collections of poetry. Dubie's work often assumes historical personae and has been included in The New Yorker, Ploughshares,[1] The Paris Review, FIELD, and Blackbird, an online journal of literature and the arts.

With his latest collection of poems, The Quotations of Bone,[2] published in 2015 by Copper Canyon Press, Dubie is the international recipient of the 2016 Griffin Poetry Prize. The poems in this collection confront viciousness in its many forms.

Awards[edit]

Dubie is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. These include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Ingram Merrill Foundation, the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry Magazine and the Modern Poetry Association, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Award. In 2002, he won the PEN Center USA prize for his collection, The Mercy Seat: Collected and New Poems. Dubie is a graduate of Goddard College and the Iowa Writer's Workshop. He teaches in the graduate Creative Writing Program at Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona, where he is Regents Professor of English.

The Tucson-based band Calexico have stated that Dubie's poetry was very influential on their album Carried to Dust, particularly the song "Two Silver Trees".[3]

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