Poetry. William Bronk was born in 1918 and lives now in Hudson Falls, New York. Acclaimed by The Nation as "our most significant poet," he is the author of nearly two dozen celebrated books of poetry. Winner of the American Book Award for his collected poems, LIFE SUPPORTS, he is also the author of a collection of prose works, VECTORS AND SMOOTHABLE CURVES, which is widely considered a landmark in contemporary literature.
Winner of the American Book Award in 1982 for LIFE SUPPORTS, his collected early poetry, William Bronk (1918-1999) is widely celebrated as one of the most accomplished poets of his generation. The recipient of the Lannan Literary Award for poetry in 1991, Bronk lived most of his life in Hudson Falls, New York, in a substantial Victorian home that became a mecca for American poets and artists. Author City: HUDSON FALLS, NY USA