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Mark Rudman was born in New York City, where he now lives with his wife and son, and is an adjunct professor at NYU. He has received fellowships from a number of institutions, and has been a writer in residence at many colleges. His books include Rider, which received the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry for 1994; Realm of Unknowing: Meditations on Art, Suicide, and Other Transformations (1995); The Millennium Hotel (1996); and Provoked in Venice, the final volume of his trilogy. He is also the author of Robert Lowell (1983), Diverse Voices: Essays on Poetry and Poets (1993), a translation of Boris Pasternak’s My Sister—Life, and the co-translator of Euripides’ Daughters of Troy.

His next book of poems, The Couple, from which “Long-Stemmed” rose is taken, will appear in the spring of 2002.

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