Hirsch born January 20, is an American poet and critic who wrote a national bestseller about reading poetry. He has published nine books of poems, including The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems , which brings together thirty-five years of work, and Gabriel: A Poem , a book-length elegy for his son that The New Yorker called "a masterpiece of sorrow. He is not to be mistaken with the literary critic E.
Hirsch, Jr. Hirsch was born in Chicago. He had a childhood involvement with poetry, which he later explored at Grinnell College and the University of Pennsylvania , where he received a Ph. Hirsch was a professor of English at Wayne State University. In , he joined the faculty at the University of Houston, where he spent 17 years as a professor in the Creative Writing Program and Department of English. Gwendolyn Brooks, Edward Hirsch, and Albert Goldbarth read an array of poems celebrating progress and the pleasures of Poems are like messages in a bottle sent out with little hope of finding a recipient.
Those of us who find and read poems become their unknown addresses. Where does a poem come from?
An Interview with Edward Hirsch – Nashville Review
The sources of inspiration are many, from reason to a touch of madness. It speaks out of a solitude to a solitude; it begins and ends in silence. Reading poetry calls for an active reader who must imaginatively collaborate with a poem to give voice to it. When Edward Hirsch lost his son to a drug-related cardiac arrest, the poet began collecting his memories. Jeffrey Brown spoke with Hirsch near his home in New York. A poem moves like a wave, dissolving the literal, and we experience its flow as it moves from the eye to the ear.
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Edward Hirsch. Poet and author Edward Hirsch has built a reputation as an attentive and elegant writer and reader of poetry. Poems by Edward Hirsch.
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