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Author: Christopher Bursk

Christopher Bursk was named winner of the 15th Annual Bright Hill Press Poetry Chapbook Competition for THE INFATUATIONS AND INFIDELITIES OF PRONOUNS. Bursk, recipient of NEA, Guggenheim, and Pew fellowships, is professor of English at Bucks Community College in Pennsylvania. He is the author of a number of collections, including Cell Count, OVID AT FIFTEEN, and The Improbable Swervings of Atoms, winner of the 2004 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry. He has been recognized for his work with prisoners, the homeless, food banks, and women's shelters.

The Infatuations and Infidelities of Pronouns
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The Infatuations and Infidelities of Pronouns

Bright Hill Press

Poetry. THE INFATUATIONS AND INFIDELITIES OF PRONOUNS, a series of sonnets after Shakespeare, won Bright Hill Press's Poetry Chapbook competition. "Christopher Bursk is our supreme poet of adolescent angst. He is passionate, sincere, brave and, yes—...

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