Author: Kevin DiCamillo

Kevin DiCamillo is an award-winning poet, editor, and writer who lives and works in Niagara Falls, New York. He is the author of three previous volumes of poetry, has edited over one-hundred books, and has been anthologized in Wild Dreams: The Best of Italian-Americana. His work has appeared in James Joyce Quarterly, The Antigonish Review, Opium, Daedalus: The Journal of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences, Prairie Fire, The National Poetry Review, Crisis, Crux, America, Columbia, Soul, The Holy Land Review, Catholic Digest, Publishing Research Quarterly, Publishing Perspectives, The Bend, ArtVoice, Traffic East and he is a staff-writer for The National Catholic Register. America Magazine awarded him the Foley Poetry Prize in 1992, and in 1993 he won the Twin Elms Writers' Center at Princeton's Haiku Award. He is a graduate of The University of Notre Dame and Niagara University, a former Doctoral Fellow at St. John's University, and since 2010 has regularly attended Yale School of Management's Publishing Course. He is a member of The Poetry Society of America, The Academy of American Poets and St. Mark's Poetry Project.

Now Chiefly Poetical
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Poetry. "Kevin DiCamillo's poems are so finely tuned that they risk calling the reader's attention too exclusively to their form and to all the fragile echoes from other writers that haunt them.This volume is, in itself, plotted as a complicated seq...

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