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American Poetry
The Next Generation
Gerald Costanzo, ed.; Jim Daniels, ed.



Carnegie Mellon Poetry Series

Carnegie Mellon
2000 • 480 pp. 5 1/2 x 9 1/4"
Poetry / Poetry - American

$24.95 Paperback, 978-0-88748-343-1



A collection of young American poets edited by Gerald Costanzo and Jim Daniels.

American Poetry: The Next Generation is an anthology of the following poets, all born since 1960, who have published at least one book with a trade, university, or independent publisher:

Rick Agran, Elizabeth Alexander, Sherman Alexie, Rick Alley, Alice Anderson, Daniel Anderson, Talvikki Ansel, Aaron Anstett, Craig Arnold, David Baratier, David Barber, Paul Beatty, Joshua Beckman, Erin Belieu, Molly Bendall, Dina Ben-Lev, Jacqueline Berger, Carole Bernstein, Mark Bibbins, David Biespiel, Richard Blanco, Joe Bolton, Gaylord Brewer, Joel Brouwer, Stephanie Brown, Lisa Buscani, Anthony Butts, Rafael Campo, Nick Carbo, Kenneth Carroll, Keith Cartwright, Hayan Charara, Lisa D. Chavez, Justin Chin, A. V. Christie, Joshua Clover, Lisa Coffman, Nicole Cooley, Lesley Dauer, Christopher Davis, Olena Kalytiak Davis, Connie Deanovich, Mark DeCarteret, Juan Delgado, Tom Devaney, Elizabeth Dodd, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Denise Duhamel, Thomas Sayers Ellis, Heid E. Erdrich, Sascha Feinstein, Lisa Fishman, Nick Flynn, Ruth Forman, Kenny Fries, Joanna Fuhrman, Suzanne Gardinier, Steve Gehrke, Timothy Geiger, Lisa Glatt, Douglas Goetsch, Rigoberto Gonzalez, Debra Gregerman, Maurice Kilwein Guevara, Beth Gylys, James Harms, Terrance Hayes, Brian Henry, Bob Hicok, Mary Crockett Hill, Ellen Hinsey, Christine Hume, Austin Hummell, Bruce Jackson, J. L. Jacobs, Jonathan Johnson, Judy Jordan, Allison Joseph, Julia Kasdorf, Laura Kasischke, David Keplinger, Ger Killeen, James Kimbrell, Gerry LaFemina, Lance Larsen, Dana Levin, Kate Light, Fatima Lim-Wilson, Beth Lisick, Timothy Liu, M. Loncar, Joel Long, Peter Markus, David Marlatt, Valerie Martinez, Khaled Mattawa, Ellyn Maybe, Shara McCallum, Jeffrey McDaniel, Campbell McGrath, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Paula McLain, Mark McMorris, Constance Meritt, Malena Morling, Julie Moulds, Rick Mulkey, Maggie Nelson, Rick Noguchi, Jennifer O’Grady, Joe Osterhaus, Frankie Paino, Alan Michael Parker, G. E. Patterson, V. Penelope Pelizzon, Tracy Philpot, D. A. Powell, Kevin Powell, Rohan B. Preston, Kevin Prufer, Charles Rafferty, Heather Ramsdell, Claudia Rankine, Joanna Rawson, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Catie Rosemurgy, Sarah Rosenblatt, Sarah Ruden, John Rybicki, Mary Ann Samyn, Margot Schilpp, Ruth L. Schwartz, Lisa Sewell, Patty Seyburn, Brenda Shaughnessy, Reginald Shepherd, Martha Silano, Rose Solari, Angela Sorby, Philip Stephens, Adrienne Su, Virgil Suarez, Larissa Szporluk, Richard Tayson, J. Tarin Towers, Ann Townsend, Pimone Triplett, Sam Truitt, Alpay Ulku, Reetika Vazirani, Anthony R. Vigil, Karen Volkman, David Scott Ward, Thom Ward, Joe Wenderoth, Rachel Wetzsteon, Susan M. Whitmore, Crystal Williams, Lisa Williams, Greg Williamson, Steve Wilson, Christian Wiman, Suzanne Wise, Mark Wunderlich, M. Wyrebek, Kevin Young, Katayoon Zandvakili

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GERALD COSTANZO is the author of The Laps of the Bridesmaids and Nobody Lives on Arthur Godfrey Boulevard. The editor of The Devins Award Poetry Anthology, he is a professor of English and the lacrosse coach at Carnegie Mellon University.

JIM DANIELS’ book of poems include Blessing the House and Blue Jesus. He also wrote No Pets, a collection of stories, and edited Letters to America: Contemporary American Poetry on Race. He is director of creative writing at Carnegie Mellon.



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