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On Death: Gerald Stern Considers Last Words June 6, 2017: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette checks in with poet Gerald Stern, born in Pittsburgh, whose recently published collection Death Watch: A View from the Tenth Decade mulls the power of final verses. [...] by

Go Ahead and Speak Meaningfully with Divedapper July 14, 2015: Finally, a new literary journal devoted solely to interviews! The newest literary powerhouse, Divedapper, is edited by Kaveh Akbar (rhymes with “snack bar,” as he puts it). If [...] by

Gerald Stern Awarded 2014 Frost Medal January 30, 2014: Yesterday the Poetry Society of America announced that Gerald Stern is the recipient of the 2014 Frost Medal. From the PSA website: The Poetry Society of America is honored to announce that Gerald [...] by

‘I have 55 or 57 new poems’: An Interview with Gerald Stern November 20, 2012: Check out this NJ.com interview with Gerald Stern. A snippet: Q: What are you writing? I am writing short poems. I have 55 or 57 new poems. Q: What is your writing routine? I am writing all the time. [...] by

Gerald Stern Wins The Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry October 29, 2012: From the Library of Congress website: The Library of Congress will award the 2012 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry to Gerald Stern for his book “Early Collected Poems: [...] by

Olds, Stern Among Those Reading at Twin Cities Book Festival October 8, 2012: Here, via Rain Taxi, is the Twin Cities Book Festival schedule. It all goes down this Saturday. Sharon Olds and Gerald Stern will be among those reading. Full schedule here. by