Richard Jackson is the author of ten books of poems, most recently Resonance, the 2010 Eric Hocher Award winner. He has two books of translations, Last Voyage: The Poems of Giovanni Pascali and Alexandar Persolja's Journey of the Sun. He has been awarded the Order of Freedom Medal by the President of Slovenia and has won fellowships from Guggenheim, Fulbright, Witter-Bynner, NEA, and NEH. In 2009 he won the AWP George Garret National Award for Teaching and Arts Advocacy.
For more on Richard Jackson, see
- His personal home page
- His UTC home page
- "No Turn on Red" at the Marlboro Review.
- His poem "Silences" at Rattle
- His poem "Detour Ahead. Seek Alternate Route" at SmartishPace
- His poem "That's What I'm Talking About" at Cerise Press
- Two letter poems from Resonance at Chapter 16
- Four poems at Superstition Review
- Five poems at the Cortland Review
- A selection of his poems at Ploughshares
- "About the Dogs of Dachau"
- "For a Long Time I Wanted to Write a Happy Poem"
- "For the Nameless Man at the Nursing Home Near the Shawsheen River"
- "James Tate: Tipster Nomad on a Planet of Rough Edges"
- "Worlds Apart"
- Bio page on UTC Tennessee Writers Project
- Jackson's creative writing notes
- Papers from the Poetry Miscellany including "From Translation to Imitation"
- His essay "Translation, Adaptation and Transformation: The Poet as Translator" at Numéro Cinq
- His essay Language-driven Poetry: An Introduction to the Principle of Generating Poems at the Cortland Review. This site also contains a selection of his poems.
- Richard Jackson on East European poet Edvard Kocbek, "Welcome to Looking Over the World's Shoulder" at Poetry International Web.
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