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David Rosenberg lives in Miami, close to the Everglades ecosystem he has studied for a quarter century. His A Life in a Poem was published in 2019 by Shearsman. A Poet’s Bible won the PEN America translation prize. He was a Guggenheim Fellow in 2013 and most recently a visiting professor in the creative writing department of Princeton University.
David Rosenberg's work featured in PN Review comprises one article.
Article in PN Review 252 (2020) On Harold Bloom