Alice Fulton is a poet / writer from the New York area and was born in 1952 and educated gaining a BA at Empire State College and an MFA from Cornell University. Her poems focus on content as well as form. Her work focuses on line and language, as well as its content. She has received many awards and honors during her lifetime.
Anchors of Light, Swamp Press (Oneonta, NY), 1979.
Dance Script with Electric Ballerina, University of Pennsylvania Press (Philadelphia), 1983.
Palladium, University of Illinois Press (Urbana), 1986.
Powers of Congress, David Godine (Boston), 1990; reissued by Sarabande Books (Louisville, KY), 2001.
Sensual Math, Norton (New York), 1995.
Felt: Poems, Norton, 2001.
Cascade Experiment: Selected Poems, Norton, 2004.
The Nightingales of Troy: Stories of One Family’s Century, Norton, 2008.
Feeling as a Foreign Language: The Good Strangeness of Poetry, Graywolf Press (St. Paul, MN), 1999.
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