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Author: Roger Greenwald

Roger Greenwald grew up in New York, where he attended The City College and the Poetry Project workshop at St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery. He is the author of THE HALF-LIFE (Tiger Bark Press, 2020), and SLOW MOUNTAIN TRAIN (Tiger Bark Press, 2015). He has earned several major awards for his poetry, including the prize for poetry of the Norma Epstein National Competition (Canada), the CBC Radio/Saturday Night Literary Award for poetry, and the Gwendolyn MacEwen Poetry Award. For his translations he has won the F. R. Scott Translation Prize, the Richard Wilbur Translation Prize, the American- Scandinavian Foundation Translation Prize (twice), the Inger Sjöberg Translation Prize, the Lewis Galantière Award, and the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award. He has also held two NEA Translation Fellowships and was a finalist for the 2001 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation. He lectures on translation at Boston University, the University of Oslo, and York University (Toronto). He lives in Toronto.

The Half-Life
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The Half-Life

Tiger Bark Press

Poetry. "I've been a grateful reader of Roger Greenwald's work for many years. This moving collection names again and again the hard names, with their deep tone-falls, that mark the inner landscape of his poetry. It's a sensuous wordscape of life an...

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Slow Mountain Train
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Slow Mountain Train

Tiger Bark Press

Poetry. "As SLOW MOUNTAIN TRAIN winds across the borders of nations and of dream and waking, we discover that 'our silences are really full of noise,' and we become part of a conversation that is uncommon by virtue of its commonality: 'words acknowl...

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