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Author: Joe Weil

Joe Weil is an assistant professor at Binghamton University. His reviews, essays, poems and short stories have appeared in Paterson Literary Review, The Literati Quarterly, Rattle, Barnstorm, Blue Collar Review, Lips, The Boston Review, North American Review, Omniverse, New York Times, New York Quarterly, The Louisiana Review, The Saranac Review, and Chicago Quarterly Review, among many others. He has five full-length collections of poetry; his latest collection of poems is A NIGHT IN DULUTH (2016) published by NYQ Books. In 2013 he was the recipient of the People's Poetry Award by Partisan Press. Joe Weil co-founded Monk books with Bianca Stone and Adam Fitzgerald. He has since created Cat in the Sun books with his wife Emily Vogel. Having grown up in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Weil now lives in Binghamton with Emily and two small children, Clare and Gabriel.

A Night in Duluth
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A Night in Duluth

NYQ Books

Poetry. A NIGHT IN DULUTH is an uncertain and often tongue-in-cheek dream in which the voice of the poet makes due, speaks to what is both lost and found—to the confusion of being in an American oligarchy where poverty is growing as fast as private ...

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The Great Grandmother Light: New and Selected Poems
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The Great Grandmother Light: New and Selected Poems

NYQ Books

Poetry. From 1982 until 2002, Joe Weil worked as a tool grinder and union shop steward in a mold making plant in Kenilworth, New Jersey. Many of the poems in THE GREAT GRANDMOTHER LIGHT were written on the graveyard shift while on break at the facto...

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The Plumber's Apprentice
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The Plumber's Apprentice

NYQ Books

Poetry. THE PLUMBER'S APPRENTICE differs from Weil's previous work in that it charts the nature of suffering beyond the limits of his working class "Elizabeth" and focuses more deeply on two aspects of his life: his Irish Catholic sense of communion...

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