Maxine Chernoff 




AMBLE inglês

Traduções : ar

to poem

BLACK inglês

Traduções : ar

to poem

Breasts inglês

Traduções : sr

to poem

Lost and Found inglês

Traduções : sr

to poem

Kill Yourself with an Objet D'art inglês

Traduções : sr

to poem

Maxine Chernoff 

* 1952, Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos
vive em: Mill Valley, California , Estados Unidos

Maxine Chernoff was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1952. She is a novelist, writer, poet, academic and literary magazine editor. Furthermore, Chernoff is the Chair of the Creative Writing program at San Francisco State University.

With Paul Hoover, Chernoff edits the long-running literary journal New American Writing, for which she won an Editor's Award from CLMP in 1988. Chernoff is the author of six books of fiction and nine books of poetry. Her work has appeared in many magazines including Conjunctions, Zyzzyva, North American Review, Chicago Review, The Paris Review, Partisan Review, New Directions Annual, Denver Quarterly and Verse. With Paul Hoover, Chernoff has translated The Selected Poems of Friedrich Hölderlin, which was published by Omnidawn Press in 2008 and received endorsements from John Ashbery, Rosmarie Waldrop, Pierre Joris, Robert Alter and Michael Hulse. Chernoff has partaken in many poetry events around the world, f. e. in Liege (Belgium), Cambridge (England), Sydney (Australia), Berlin (Germany), Sao Paolo (Brazil), Glasgow (Scotland), Yunnan Province (China) and St. Petersburg (Russia).

  • A Vegetable Emergency

    Prose poems

    Beyond Baroque Foundation, 1976

  • Utopia TV Store

    The Yellow Press, 1979

  • New Faces of 1952

    Ithaca House, 1985

  • Bop


    Coffee House Press, 1986

  • Japan

    Avenue B Press, 1988

  • Leap Year Day

    New & Selected Poems

    Another Chicago Press, 1990

  • Plain Grief

    Summit, 1991

  • Signs of Devotion


    Simon & Schuster, 1993

  • American Heaven

    Coffee House Press, 1996

  • A Boy in Winter

    Crown Publishing, 1999

  • World

    Poems 1991-2001

    Salt Publications, 2001

  • Some of Her Friends That Year

    New & Selected Stories

    Coffee House Press, 2002

  • Evolution of the Bridge

    Selected Prose Poems

    Salt Publications, 2005

  • Among the Names

    Apogee Press, 2005

  • The Turning

    Apogee Press, 2008

  • 1988 Editor's Award (from CLMP)

  • 1993 NYT Notable Book (for Signs of Devotion)