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Paul Muldoon

Paul MuldoonPaul Muldoon was born in County Armagh in 1951,he studied at Queen’s University, Belfast, and was a radio producer for the BBC in the 1970s and ’80s. He now lives in the United States.

Recent books include To Ireland, I (essays), Hay (poems), Poems 1968-1998, Moy Sand and Gravel for which he received the Pulitzer Prize, The End of the Poem — a series of lectures he delivered as Professor of Poetry at Oxford,  Horse Latitudes and Maggot.

He has translated two collections of poetry by Nuala Ní Dhomnhaill,  The Astrakhan Cloak (Gallery, 1992) and The Fifty Minute Mermaid (Gallery, 2007).

Other awards include the Eric Gregory Award and the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize.

Other titles from The Gallery Press include Kerry Slides, with photographs by Bill Doyle; three plays,  Six Honest Serving MenThe Birds (after Aristophanes) and Vera of Las Vegas; poetry collections,  The Prince of the QuotidianGeneral Admission (song lyrics) and Wayside Shrines (2009, a special limited edition, with drawings and paintings by Keith Wilson).

A member of Aosdána Paul Muldoon is the Howard G. B. Clark ’21 Professor at Princeton University and Chair of the Peter B. Lewis Center for the Arts. He is also the president of the Poetry Society.

Paul Muldoon General AdmissionGeneral Admission

Paul Muldoon is, by common consent — in his native Ireland, England and the United States — the outstanding poet of his generation and a leading modern writer. Wildly allusive and inventive, General Admission includes ‘My Ride’s Here’, co-written with Warren Zevon and recorded by Bruce Springsteen.

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