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Author: Tim Nolan

Tim Nolan received a BA in English from the University of Minnesota, an MFA from Columbia University, and JD from William Mitchell College of Law. He is an attorney in Minneapolis. During his time at Columbia, Nolan was the managing editor of Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry & Prose, and for five years he was the primary poetry reader at The Paris Review. His work has been published in The Gettysburg Review, The Nation, The New Republic, Ploughshares, and many other publications. In 2014, his poem, "Red Wing Correctional Facility," was a finalist for the Forward Poetry Prize in London. He has received grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, a residency at the Anderson Center, and was recently a finalist for the Mudfish Poetry Prize judged by Edward Hirsch. This is Nolan's third book with New Rivers Press. THE SOUND OF IT, appeared in 2008 and was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award, and And Then appeared in 2012.

And Then
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And Then

New Rivers Press

Poetry. "In these graceful meditations on the death of his father, on his own fatherhood, and on the trembling terrors and mysteries and miracles of life in America, Nolan reminds us... that poetry is another way of letting the world speak to us."—G...

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The Field
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The Field

New Rivers Press

Poetry. "When I first read Kinnell and Rich and Snyder as a much younger man I took from each a certain poignant and charged satisfaction, the sense of having come home to a life not mine. Here in this powerful, humane and steady book, I find it aga...

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The Sound of It
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The Sound of It

New Rivers Press

Poetry. "The familiar streets and landmarks throughout Tim Nolan's THE SOUND OF IT will resonate with Minneapolis natives, and even some New Yorkers. The sounds of Nolan's poems cover a full octave—from childhood to "Almost Fifty," Diamond Lake Road...

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