Daniel Bosch


English Department Callaway N 302
Atlanta, GA 30322
617 682 5003

Author's Bio

My poems, essays, and translations have appeared in magazines such as Poetry, The New Republic, The Paris Review, The Times Literary Supplement, Slate, Beloit Poetry Journal, Agni, Poetry Daily, The Brooklyn Rail, and Harvard Review, where I was Poetry Editor for Issues 19 and 20. My set of four poems riffing on the films of Tom Hanks was awarded the first Boston Review Poetry Prize, and and my book Crucible was published by Other Press in 2002. I have published translations of poems by Friedrich Holderlin, Eugenio Montale and César Vallejo. My critical writing has appeared in The Daily Beast, The Paris Review Daily, Partisan Review, Berfrois, The Rumpus, Contemporary Poetry Review, The Fortnightly Review, and 3:AM Magazine. For eight years I was director of Writing & Publishing at Walnut Hill School for the Arts. I have taught writing at Emory University, Boston University, Harvard University, and Tufts University.

Publications & Prizes

Crucible (Other Press, 2002)
Octaves (Beard of Bees, 2015)
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New Republic
Western Humanities Review
Prizes won: 

Boston Review Poetry Prize, Annals of Internal Medicine Regents' Poetry Prize, Presidential Teacher Recognition Award (U.S. Department of Education), E.E. Ford Faculty Award for Exceptional Merit (Walnut Hill School for the Arts), Henry Dunster Prize in Tutoring (Dunster House, Harvard College), Crystal Apple Award in Small Seminar Education (Emory University)

Personal Favorites

What I'm reading now: 
The Cheese and The Worms by Carlo Ginsburg, The River of Rasa by Bhanu-Datta, Lincoln at Gettysburg by Gary Wills

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Born in: 
Mountain View
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Los Altos, CA
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Last update: May 02, 2019