Muldoon has been poetry editor of The New Yorker for the past decade. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2003 for his collection “Moy Sand and Gravel.” He has also received the American Academy of Arts and Letters award, the T. S. Eliot Prize and the Griffin International Prize for Excellence in Poetry, among .
The Times Literary Supplement describes Muldoon as “the most significant English-language poet born since the second World War.” The New York Times Book Review has called him “one of the great poets of the past hundred years, who can be everything in his poems –– word-playful, lyrical, hilarious, melancholy. And angry. Only Yeats before him could write with such measured fury.”
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