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Author: Stuart Krimko

Stuart Krimko is the author of three collections of poetry, Not That Light, THE SWEETNESS OF HERBERT, and HYMNS AND ESSAYS, and translator of THE LAST BOOKS OF HÉCTOR VIEL TEMPERLEY. In 2006, he received a grant from the Fund for Poetry. Born in Great Neck, New York, Krimko now lives in Los Angeles, where he is at work on translations of Argentinian writer Osvaldo Lamborghini.

Hymns and Essays
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Hymns and Essays

Mal-O-Mar Editions

Poetry. The majority of the poems in HYMNS AND ESSAYS, Stuart Krimko's third collection, employ almost sickly sequences of rhyming couplets as they dance through theological meditations, rage-filled rants on contemporary culture, and clear-eyed appr...

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The Sweetness of Herbert
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The Sweetness of Herbert

Sand Paper Press

Poetry. The English poet George Herbert (1593-1633) developed simple, auric figures and parables that chart the trajectories of hope and despair. In THE SWEETNESS OF HERBERT, his second book of poetry from Sand Paper Press, Stuart Krimko uses a wide...

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