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Who is Albert Goldbarth?
Albert Goldbarth is an American poet born January 31, 1948 in Chicago. He is known for his prolific production, his gregarious tone, his eclectic interests and his distinctive 'talky' style. He has been a Guggenheim fellow and won the National Book Critics Circle award in 1991 and 2001, the only poet to receive the honor two times. He also won the Mark Twain Award for Humorous Poetry, awarded by the Poetry Foundation, in 2008.
- born on (67 years ago) in Chicago
- ethnicity: White American
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Poet
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Across the Layers (1993)
Poems Old and New by Albert Goldbarth
"Albert Goldbarth is a poet of remarkable gifts — a.
by Hugh Ruppersburg, John C. Inscoe
Albert Goldbarth (1992), Barry Lopez and Louise Erdrich (both 1993), and ...
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