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Albert Goldbarth is the author of twenty-five books of poetry, including To Be Read in 500 Years. The Kitchen Sink was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. He lives in Wichita, Kansas.

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"Albert Goldbarth just may be the American poet of his generation for the ages. Often humorous but always serious, Goldbarth combines erudite research, pop-culture fanaticism, and personal anecdote in ways that make his writings among the most stylistically recognizable in the literary world." --Judith Kitchen, "The Georgia Review" " Albert Goldbarth just may be the American poet of his generation for the ages. Often humorous but always serious, Goldbarth combines erudite research, pop-culture fanaticism, and personal anecdote in ways that make his writings among the most stylistically recognizable in the literary world." -- Judith Kitchen, "The Georgia Review" "Goldbarth is that rarest of birds, a graphomaniac who is always interesting. He's like William Carlos Williams and Auden in their "Collecteds", or the largely forgotten Robert Penn Warren in his . . . American poetry will never again see a figure quite like Albert Goldbarth." -David Wojahn, " The Kenyon Review" "Goldbarth is that rarest of birds, a graphomaniac who is always interesting. He's like William Carlos Williams and Auden in their "Collecteds", or the largely forgotten Robert Penn Warren in his . . . American poetry will never again see a figure quite like Albert Goldbarth." --David Wojahn, " The Kenyon Review" Goldbarth is that rarest of birds, a graphomaniac who is always interesting. He's like William Carlos Williams and Auden in their "Collecteds," or the largely forgotten Robert Penn Warren in his . . . American poetry will never again see a figure quite like Albert Goldbarth. "David Wojahn, The Kenyon Review"" "Goldbarth is that rarest of birds, a graphomaniac who is always interesting. He's like William Carlos Williams and Auden in their Collecteds, or the largely forgotten Robert Penn Warren in his . . . American poetry will never again see a figure quite like Albert Goldbarth." --David Wojahn, The Kenyon Review

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