Poetry Reading - Paul Muldoon
Fall 2020 Poetry Readings & Lectures
Sponsored by the Marie Frazee Baldassarre Professorship
All events will be held remotely. If you’d like to attend, write email@example.com to get on the link list.
Wednesday 18th November 10:45 a.m.
Paul Muldoon’s poetry has won more awards than there is space on this page to list; the T.S. Eliot Prize, the Irish Times Poetry Prize, and the Pulitzer are among the best known. Born in Northern Ireland in 1951 and living in the U.S. since 1987, Muldoon is considered one of the most important poets of any nationality. His complex, witty poems are a delight to read, and teach. Those who don’t already know his poetry might want to look at One Thousand Things Worth Knowing, Meeting the British, Quoof, or his Selected Poems 1968-2014.