Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn is the author of numerous books of poetry and prose. His Degrees of Fidelity: Essays on Poetry and the Latitudes of the Personal,  is due out from Tiger Bark Press in October 2018, and a new collection of poems, Pagan Virtues, is scheduled to be published by W. W. Norton in 2019. He has been the recipient of many awards, including the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry for Different Hours, and he has had fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller foundations. Dunn lives in Frostburg, Maryland, with his wife, the writer Barbara Hurd.

Georgia Review Archive for Stephen Dunn

The Universe Is Too Big to Love

Enough Time & Because We Are Not Taken Seriously

Breakfast After the Blood Test

His Town; The Overt; The Reverse Side; Rubbing; Losing Steps; Returning from an Artist’s Studio; Phantom; At the Restaurant; Art; Zero Hour; The Party; & Sixty

Local Visitations (“Twain in Atlantic City,” “Charlotte Brönte in Leeds Point,” “Tolstoy in South Jersey,” & “George Eliot in Beach Haven”)

The Telling of Grandmother’s Secret & The Land of Is

One Summer: Musings about Avoidance, Temperament, and the Poem Becoming a Poem

An Abbreviated Tour of the Not Yet Fallen World & Language: A Love Poem

The Girl in the Neon Tank Top & The Good News

Brief Answers to Unspoken Questions: An Intraview

A Great Celebration; The Puritan and the World; Landscape with Friends; Quieter; & Before We Leave

The Statue of Responsibility & The Operation

Poetry Now, and Some Thoughts on History, As If, Maybe, and No

Refuge, and the Serious Humor of Kafka and Beckett

Men Falling & From Keeper of Limits: The Mrs. Cavendish Poems