Paul Muldoon was born in Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1951. He now lives in the US, where he teaches at Princeton University and is poetry editor for the The New Yorker. He has published eleven collections of poems, most recently Maggot (Faber, 2010). His awards include the Pulitzer, Griffin, T.S. Eliot and European Prizes for poetry.
The End of the Poem: Oxford Lect...by Paul Muldoon
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