JEFFREY LEVINE is the author of three books of poetry: Rumor of Cortez, nominated for a 2006 Los Angeles Times Literary Award in Poetry, Mortal, Everlasting, which won the 2002 Transcontinental Poetry Prize, and most recently, At the Kinnegad Home for the Bewildered, (Salmon Poetry, 2019). Levine’s many poetry prizes include the Larry Levis Prize from The Missouri Review, the James Hearst Poetry Prize from North American Review, The Mississippi Review Poetry Prize, the Ekphrasis Poetry Prize (twice), and The American Literary Review Poetry Prize. In addition to his own writing, he is principal translator of Canto General, Pablo Neruda’s epic work of poetry. A graduate of the Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers, Levine is founder, artistic director and publisher of Tupelo Press, an award-winning independent literary press located in the historic Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts, and he also serves as director of the esteemed Tupelo Press Writing Conferences.
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