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Author: Philip Brady

Philip Brady is the author of a memoir, a collection of essays, and four books of poems—WEAL (Ashland Poetry Press, 2000), TO PROVE MY BLOOD: A TALE OF EMIGRATIONS & THE AFTERLIFE (Ashland Poetry Press, 2003), FATHOM (Word Press, 2007), and TO BANQUET WITH THE ETHIOPIANS: A MEMOIR OF LIFE BEFORE THE ALPHABET (Broadstone Books, 2015). His work has been awarded the Snyder Prize from Ashland Poetry Press, a Gold Medal from ForeWord, an Ohioana Poetry Award, fiveIndividual Artist Fellowships and a Governor's Award from the Ohio Arts Council, and a Thayer Fellowship. He is executive director of Etruscan Press and professor of English at Youngstown State University. He also teaches in the low- residency program at Wilkes University. He plays in the New-Celtic band, Brady's Leap.

To Banquet with the Ethiopians:  A Memoir of Life Before the Alphabet
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To Banquet with the Ethiopians: A Memoir of Life Before the Alphabet

Broadstone Books

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Poised between myth and time, Philip Brady's TO BANQUET WITH THE ETHIOPIANS: A MEMOIR OF LIFE BEFORE THE ALPHABET is a sprawling, genre-defying verse epic, an audacious masterpiece of wit and erudition that blend...

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To Banquet with the Ethiopians:  A Memoir of Life Before the Alphabet
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To Banquet with the Ethiopians: A Memoir of Life Before the Alphabet

Broadstone Books

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Poised between myth and time, Philip Brady's TO BANQUET WITH THE ETHIOPIANS: A MEMOIR OF LIFE BEFORE THE ALPHABET is a sprawling, genre-defying verse epic, an audacious masterpiece of wit and erudition that blend...

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To Prove My Blood: A Tale of Emigrations & the Afterlife
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To Prove My Blood: A Tale of Emigrations & the Afterlife

Ashland Poetry Press

Cultural Writing. Memoir. Modern Irish-American history is charted through the lives of four emigrant sisters and their families "in prose richer than most poetry" -John Vernon. This is a tale of wit, grief, and passage that unfolds like a series of...

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Weal
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Weal

Ashland Poetry Press

Winner of the 1999 Richard Snyder Publication Prize, this accomplished second book of poems combines the grit and detail of a sensibility shaped first in a Brooklyn childhood, then honed in travel throughout the world. There is a sort of contrapunta...

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