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Winner of the 2004 Best Book of Poetry Award from the Center for Great Lakes Culture at Michigan State University
Recapturing the freshness of youthful summers in Wisconsin, at Camp Nebagamon for Boys, the poet writes with gentle tenderness of a father's love of his son, of the strength of friendship, and of the resonance of memory and time.
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This edition includes twenty-seven of the original thirty poems as well as thirteen additional poems. Recapturing the freshness of youthful summers in Wisconsin at Camp Nebagamon for Boys, the poet writes with gentle tenderness of a father's love of his son, of the strength of friendship, and of the resonance of memory and time.About the Author:
Louis Daniel Brodsky was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1941, where he attended St. Louis Country Day School. After earning a B.A., magna cum laude, at Yale University in 1963, he received an M.A. in English from Washington University in 1967 and an M.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University the following year.
From 1968 to 1987, while continuing to write poetry, he assisted in managing a 350-person men's clothing factory in Farmington, Missouri, and started one of the Midwest's first factory-outlet apparel chains. From 1980 to 1991, he taught English and creative writing at Mineral Area Junior College, in nearby Flat River. Since 1987, he has lived in St. Louis and devoted himself to composing poems. He has a daughter and a son.
Brodsky is the author of fifty-one volumes of poetry (five of which have been published in French by Éditions Gallimard) and twenty-two volumes of prose, including nine books of scholarship on William Faulkner and six books of short fictions. His poems and essays have appeared in Harper's, The Faulkner Review, Southern Review, Texas Quarterly, National Forum, American Scholar, Studies in Bibliography, Kansas Quarterly, Ball State University's Forum, Cimarron Review, and Literary Review, as well as in Ariel, Acumen, Orbis, New Welsh Review, Dalhousie Review, and other journals. His work has also been printed in five editions of the Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry. The Center for Great Lakes Culture, at Michigan State University, selected You Can't Go Back, Exactly for its 2004 award for best book of poetry.
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