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Author: Baron Wormser

Baron Wormser is the author of several books of poetry and a poetry chapbook. He is the co-author of two books about teaching poetry and the author of a memoir along with a book of short stories and a novel. He teaches in the Fairfield University MFA program. He also is the Founding Director of Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching in Franconia, New Hampshire. He has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He served as poet laureate of Maine from 2000 to 2005 and received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the University of Maine at Augusta in 2005. LEGENDS OF THE SLOW EXPLOSION: ELEVEN MODERN LIVES (Tupelo Press, 2018) is his latest book.

Legends of the Slow Explosion: Eleven Modern Lives
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Legends of the Slow Explosion: Eleven Modern Lives

Tupelo Press

Literary Nonfiction. Multi-genre literary master Baron Wormser's new book is about people from the mid-twentieth century whose lives created ripple effects beyond their individuality. Including electrifying portraits of Rosa Parks, Hannah Arendt, Mi...

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Tom o' Vietnam
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Tom o' Vietnam

New Rivers Press

Fiction. "Baron Wormser has done something important with TOM O' VIETNAM in the way that he has identified and precisely embraced a stunningly particular historical moment we casually refer to as 'Viet Nam,' as if the name was not a country but a da...

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