Marianne Boruch

Marianne Boruch’s ninth poetry collection, Eventually One Dreams the Real Thing (Copper Canyon Press), was cited as a “Most Loved Book of 2016” by the New Yorker. Copper Canyon also brought out her Cadaver, Speak (2014) and The Book of Hours (2011), a Kingsley-Tufts Poetry Award winner. Her three essay collections include The Little Death of Self (2017) in the University of Michigan’s “Poets on Poetry” series. A past Guggenheim, National Endowment for the Arts, and Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio fellow, Boruch was a 2012 Fulbright Professor in Edinburgh. She teaches at Purdue University and in the low-residency MFA Program at Warren Wilson College.

Georgia Review Archive for Marianne Boruch

on Twentieth Century Pleasures: Prose on Poetry by Robert Hass

on The Writer and Human Rights by Toronto Arts Group for Human Rights

on Seeing Earth: Literary Responses To Space Exploration by Ronald Weber

O’Connor Plus Bishop Plus Closely Plus Distance (on Flannery O’Connor and Elizabeth Bishop)

I Get to Float Invisible

Someone’s sister in Europe writing her

adultery poems late night, half bottle 

of wine pretty much required. 

 

And they’re good, they really are— 

 

The things one hears in… read more