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Fred Marchant

Fred Marchant is the author of five poetry collections, including The Day Later (Graywolf Press, forthcoming 2016), The Looking House (Graywolf Press, 2009), and Tipping Point, his first book, which won the 1993 Washington Prize and was reissued in 2013 in a twentieth-anniversary edition. He is professor emeritus at Suffolk University in Boston, where he is founding director of the creative writing program and the Suffolk University Poetry Center. (updated 5/2015)

Marchant’s Tipping Point was reviewed in AGNI 42 by Jennifer Clarvoe.

AGNI has published the following work by Fred Marchant:

An Evening with Daniel Berrigan
ars poetica
Attic Stairs
Boraxo
Dear Lunacy
Diana’s Lamp
Grief
Half Not
Hospital Food
House on Water, House in Air
Oracular Moment
Part of It
Part of It
A reflection on Robert Lowell
Rescue
Rows of Buddhas, Receding
Wartime
Whiskey


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