Distinguished Professor of English Grace Schulman is Named Guggenheim Fellow for 2004

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Poet and Baruch College Distinguished Professor of English Grace Schulman has been named a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow for 2004, among 185 artists, scholars, and scientists in 79 disciplines. The Guggenheim Fellowship is one of the most prestigious individual awards available to writers, artists, and scholars.

Schulman's poetry has been widely published in journals and anthologies. Her collections include The Paintings of Our Lives, For That Day Only, Hemispheres, and Burn Down the Icons. She is the recipient of a Delmore Schwartz Award for Poetry and of a Poetry Fellowship from the New York Foundation of the Arts. She also is author of Marianne Moore: The Poetry of Engagement; editor of Ezra Pound; translator from the Hebrew of T. Carmi's At the Stone of Losses; and co-translator from the Spanish of Pablo Antonio Cuadra's Songs of Cifar. Schulman serves as Poetry Editor of the Nation, and is former director of the internationally renowned Poetry Center at New York’s 92nd Street Y.