Albert Goldbarth

Albert Goldbarth is the author of more than twenty-five books of poetry, most recently Selfish (2015), Everyday People (2012), and The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems, 1972–2007 (2007), all from Graywolf Press. He has twice won the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry.

Georgia Review Archive for Albert Goldbarth

Mishipasinghan, Lumchipamudana, etc. & By One

Parade March from “That Creaturely World”

“Too Much,” & The Aliens’ Translation Machine

The Voices; Will the Real Shakespeare Please Stand Up?; & Sixteenth Century, Brush and Ink: A Hermit on a Riverbank

Her Literal One; Won’t Let Go; Goliath and the Barbarians; Ramses the Second; & “The Burden of Modernity”: The Book, the God, the Child

Eye of Beholder; Moonology; Fahrenheit 451; Alteration; & Jan. 31st: Degrees of the Same Thing

Three or Four Stories That Do or Don’t Touch

“You Might Notice Blood in Your Urine for a Couple of Weeks” / & Scenes from the American Revolution & The Road

Disproportionate & A Partial List of Unacknowledged Musics (Feel Free to Add Your Own)

Why All This Music? (a version of an interview)

Music From (an essay) and 215 N. Fountain; “. . . he could look up and see the wind, made physical by the sand it carried”; Perception Poem; The Pulses; Emma (Mrs. Charles) Darwin; The Serious Business; Struck Together; Miles; Our Heroine Ellen, and Three Pals; & Wrigley’s Gum (poems)

Go Too; Dough Pigs; Lore; Semblance 101; Summary: It’s a Small World; To This; & Fiction

The Song of the Unnameable Thing; Oh; An Explanation of the Mechanics of Her Marvelous Invention; My Personal Mythology; & 1,000 (Exactly)

All My Life; Little Secular Symmetry Song; Proximity Song; The Neutron Bomb; & Babies Bigger Than Thought

Stories; Dentures; Survey: Better Mousetrap; Painting 101; “You’ve been worrying that it’s wasted time.”; & Composite