In addition to making poems, Peter McNamara has translated poetry of Neruda, Garcia Lorca, and Blanca Castellon. A librettist, he wrote "East River Bridge," an opera for the Broooklyn Bridge centennial, and a choral ode for victims of AIDS (for NYC's Gay Men's Chorus).
Publications and Prizes
Sojourn (St. Andrews College Press, 2006), Like a Perhaps Hand (St. Andrews Press, 2000), Loneliness of the Palm (St. Andrews Press, 1994)
The Brink (Yeti Books, 2002)
American Poets & Poetry, Asheville Poetry Review, Cairn, Center, Clark Street Review, Knockout Literary Magazine, Main Street Rag, Pembroke Magazine, Pine Island Journal, Polyphon, Sandhills Review, St. Andrews Review, Texas Review
Newcomb Prize, Merilh Medal, Florida Council of the Arts grants.
What I'm Reading Now:
Place by Jorie Graham, The Tree of Meaning by Robert Bringhurst, The Apple Trees of Olema by Robert Hass, In a Beautiful Country by Kevin Prufer, Selected Poems by John Ashbery
Any collection by Ashbery or Graham,
detective fiction (classic & contemporary).
Neruda, Garcia Lorca, Muldoon, Graham, Ashbery
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Listing last updated: September 10, 2012