10 may. 2005

Joel Sloman sends me the following information:

Born in Brooklyn, Joel Sloman was Joel Oppenheimer's first assistant director at the Poetry Project in 1966-1967, and was the first editor of The World. His books are Virgil's Machines (Norton, 1966), Stops (Zoland, 1997), and Cuban Journal (Zoland, 2000). He lives in Medford, Massachusetts, and works at MIT.

Apparently he is known to many of you already, but not to me. You can still send me information about any of the others listed on on the back cover of Sorrentino's book (see below).

2 comentarios:

Mick dijo...

Yeah, Joel rocks.

Aaron Tieger dijo...

Joel Sloman is a fine fine poet. And a wonderful guy.