Author: Greg Delanty and Archie Burnett (Editor)

Greg Delanty was born in Cork City, Ireland, in 1958 and lived in Cork until 1986. He became a US citizen in 1992, and retains his Irish citizenship. He now lives most of the year in Burlington, Vermont, where he is the Poet in Residence at St. Michael's College. He returns to his Irish home in Derrynane, County Kerry, each summer. Delanty has either written or edited seventeen books and has received numerous awards for his poetry including The Patrick Kavanagh Award (1983), The Allan Dowling Poetry Fellowship (1986), the Austin Clarke Centenary Poetry Award (1997), and a Guggenheim Fellowship for poetry (2008). He has received an Irish Arts Council Bursary, and has been widely anthologized. Greg Delanty's papers up to 2010 are housed in The National Library of Ireland. His papers from 2010 to 2015 are housed in the Boole Library of University College Cork. He is Past President of The Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers (ALSCW).

Archie Burnett is Director of the Editorial Institute and Professor of English at Boston University. He took a first in English at Edinburgh University before doing a DPhil at Oxford on Milton's language. From 1974 to 1978 he was Junior Research Fellow in English at St John's College, Oxford, and subsequently Lecturer and eventually Professor at Oxford Brookes University. His major publications are Milton's Style: The Shorter Poems, Paradise Regained and Samson Agonistes (1981), the Oxford editions of The Poems of A. E. Housman (1997) and The Letters of A. E. Housman (2007), and Philip Larkin: The Complete Poems (Faber, 2012). His editorial work has drawn the highest praise. He is currently preparing a multi- volume edition of the collected prose of T. S. Eliot for Faber.

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Poetry. Poems and translations by Greg Delanty chosen and introduced by Archie Burnett. "A sense of vital, actual experience is in fact wonderfully sustained in Delanty's verse in its notable linguistic energy, product of a distinctive fusion of a l...

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