Stephen Berg is the author, editor and translator of numerous books, including New & Selected Poems (Copper Canyon, 1992), The Daughters (Bobbs-Merrill, 1972), Grief (Grossman-Viking, 1975), In It (University of Illinois, 1986), Oedipus the King, translated with Diskin Clay (Oxford, 1977), and Naked Poetry and The New Naked Poetry, edited with Robert Mezey (Bobbs-Merrill, 1969 and 1976). His awards for poetry include a Guggenheim fellowship, a Rockefeller grant, a Pew fellowship, a PEN grant in translation and the Frank O’Hara Memorial Prize from Poetry. Currently a Professor of Humanities at the University of the Arts, he has taught at Princeton University and Haverford College, and is the founder of The American Poetry Review.
Class Schedule, Fall 2013
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