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Craig Morgan Teicher

Director of Digital Operations

Publishers Weekly

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Publishers Weekly

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New York City, New York,10010

United States

Company Description

Publishers Weekly is the international journal of book publishing and bookselling, including business news, reviews and bestseller lists targeted at publishers, booksellers, librarians, the media and literary agents. Published continuously for the past 142 y...more

Background Information

Employment History

Editor

Seniors News


Affiliations

Bronx Council on the Arts

Poetry Fellow


BOA Editions Ltd

Board Member


National Book Foundation

Board Member


NBCC VP/Technology

Board Member


Education

M.A.

Writing

City College of New York


MFA

Columbia University


low-residency M.F.A. program

Institute of American Indian Arts


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2007 - Frank O'Hara - News & Events

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Poet and critic Craig Morgan Teicher will moderate.
Craig Morgan Teicher's poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in many publications, including, The Paris Review, The Yale Review, Bookforum, and Poets & Writers. His first book, Brenda Is In The Room And Other Poems, won the 2007 Colorado Prize for Poetry and is due out this November. He works as an editor at Publishers Weekly.


Poetry Readings Archives - Frank O'Hara - News & Events

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Poet and critic Craig Morgan Teicher will moderate.
Craig Morgan Teicher's poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in many publications, including, The Paris Review, The Yale Review, Bookforum, and Poets & Writers. His first book, Brenda Is In The Room And Other Poems, won the 2007 Colorado Prize for Poetry and is due out this November. He works as an editor at Publishers Weekly.


Jorie Graham's 'From the New World' | Jorie Graham

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Craig Morgan Teicher
By CRAIG MORGAN TEICHER Writing about Jorie Graham at this point, seven books after she won the Pulitzer Prize for "The Dream of the Unified Field: Selected Poems 1974-1994," means joining a cacophony of voices. Google her name and you will find her elders, her peers and those she has influenced (and she has influenced most poets younger than she is, and not just in English, whether they know it or not) making cases for and against the importance of her work. People have all sorts of reasons to love or hate her, and even love to hate her for reasons they sometimes can't articulate. The most evident case for Graham's importance is the volume of chatter eddying around her name. Tune all of that out and the deeper reasons for her lasting reputation grow louder. Graham's great body of work, summarized in "From the New World," her new career-spanning selected poems (one can understand why active poets resist the tombstone of a "collected" volume), has so much in it, more of life and of the world than that of almost any other poet now writing. Craig Morgan Teicher is director of digital operations at Publishers Weekly and the author, most recently, of the poetry collection "To Keep Love Blurry."


Blue Flower Arts | Tracy K. Smith - A literary speakers agency

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Her memoir,Ordinary Light, "begins with a harrowing scene at the deathbed of Smith's mother, who died in 1994," writes Craig Morgan Teicher: "From there it circles back to Smith's early childhood, tracing her growth not just as a writer, but as someone who must learn the hard lessons of puberty and early adulthood, as well as what it means to be a black woman growing up in suburban California.
• Extraordinary Light: Tracy K. Smith by Craig Morgan Teicher - Publishers Weekly


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National Poetry Month reading with Craig Morgan Teicher
4/15/2017 10:00:00 PM UTC - 4/16/2017 1:00:00 AM UTC Posted By: BOA Editions Ltd. Join BOA Editions for a night of drinks and discussion with acclaimed author Craig Morgan Teicher, as Read Local celebrates National Poetry Month! Delving boldly into the tangled realms of fatherhood, marriage, and poetry, Teicher's new book, The Trembling Answers ( BOA Editions, 2017), deals with the day-to-day of family life-including the alert anxiety and remarkable beauty of caring for a child with severe cerebral palsy. Craig Morgan Teicher is the author of three books of poetry: The Trembling Answers; To Keep Love Blurry; and Brenda Is in the Room and Other Poems, winner of the 2007 Colorado Prize for Poetry; as well as Cradle Book: Stories and Fables. He is also the editor of Once and for All: The Best of Delmore Schwartz, and his first book of essays about poetry, We Begin in Gladness: On Poetic Development is forthcoming from Graywolf in 2018. He has worked at Publishers Weekly magazine for the last ten years and is currently Director of Digital Operations, where he manages online operations and assets. He also served as PW's poetry reviews editor for eight years. He is a prolific critic and reviewer of poetry, contributing regularly to The New York Times Book Review, The LA Times, NPR, and many other publications.


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