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Stuart Dischell

Stuart Dischell (author page at Amazon) is the author of Good Hope Road, a 1991 National Poetry Series Selection (Viking, 1993); Evenings & Avenues (Penguin, 1996); Dig Safe (Penguin, 2003); and Backwards Days (Penguin, 2007). His chapbook Standing on Z will be published in the fall by Unicorn Press. Dischell’s poems have been published in journals such as The Atlantic, The New Republic, AGNI, Slate, The Kenyon Review, and in anthologies including Essential Pleasures, Hammer and Blaze, The Pushcart Prize, and Good Poems. Terminus Magazine is serializing his nonfiction work Walking the Walls of Paris. A recipient of awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, he teaches in the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing at UNC Greensboro. He is a contributing editor of AGNI. (updated 4/2016)

Dischell’s first full-length collection Good Hope Road was reviewed in AGNI 40 by Joseph Lease.

Dischell’s collection Evenings & Avenues was reviewed in AGNI 46 by George Weld

AGNI has published the following work by Stuart Dischell:

Back There
“Because Sorrow is What We Own”
Boston, Winter
Celestial Ode
Cripple’s Dance
The Door
Drafts of “The Two”
Ellipsis, Third or Fourth Dot, Depending
Ellipsis, Third or Fourth Dot, Depending
Evening in the Window
Everyone is Someone Else
Fool’s Gold
The Genius
The Haberdasher Instructs His Sons
Home My Sister
House and Highway
The Hundred Pieces
The Liquid Face
A Mass Hallucination of Motels
Modern Lucrezia
Not Our Strength
Nude Drying Herself in Front of the Fireplace
Ode Without End
The Original Face
People Who Talk to Themselves
Prologue of the Horses
Questions for the Mariner
Robert Penn Warren
Selling Fuller Brushes in New Jersey
The Shoe or Woman With Black Stockings
Sleep Neighbors
Translation from the Origins of Time
Until We Are Pure Spirit
The Vagrant Face
While an Old Clock Rang the Hour

and read more

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