Sam Hamill 
Author

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The Orchid Flower anglais

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The New York Poem anglais

State of the Union, 2003 anglais

On the Third Anniversary of the Ongoing War in Iraq anglais

On the Death of James Oscco Annamaría anglais

Homeland Security anglais

What the Water Knows anglais

Eyes Wide Open anglais

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Cairo Qasidah anglais

Sam Hamill 
Author

* 09.05.1943, Utah, États-Unis
Réside à: , États-Unis

Sam Hamill was born in Utah in 1943.

He is the author of fifteen volumes of original poetry including Measured by Stone (Curbstone, 2007) and Almost Paradise: Selected Poems & Translations (Shambhala, 2005).

He has also published three collections of essays and two dozen volumes translated from ancient Greek, Latin, Estonian, Japanese and Chinese. His work has been translated into more than a dozen languages.

Hamill has taught in prisons for fourteen years, in artist-in-residency programs for twenty years, and has worked extensively with battered woman and children.

He was awarded twice with the Washington Governor’s Arts Awards, he won the Stanley Lindberg Lifetime Achievement Award for Editing, and the Washington Poets Association Lifetime Achievement Award for poetry.

He is Founding Editor of Copper Canyon Press and was Editor there from 1972 through 2004. In January 2003, he founded Poets Against War, compiling the work of over 10,000 poets writing against the war in Iraq.

Publications
  • new publication

  • Destination Zero

    Poems 1970-1995

    New York: White Pine Press,

  • Gratitude

    Rochester, New York: BOA Editions, 1998

  • Dumb Luck

    Rochester, New York: BOA Editions, 2002

  • Almost Paradise

    Selected Poems & Translations

    Boston: Shambhala Press, 2005

  • Measured by Stone

    Willimantic, Connecticut: Curbstone Press, 2007

Prix
  • Washington Governor’s Arts Award (twice)

  • Stanley Lindberg Lifetime Achievement Award for Editing

  • Washington Poets Association Lifetime Achievement Award for poetry

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