Bruce Bond & Dan Beachy-Quick — A Portfolio of Collaborative Poetry


Dan Beachy-Quick is a poet, essayist, and translator. His work ranges from A Whaler’s Dictionary, a book-length literary reverie on Moby-Dick, to Arrows, his most recent collections of poems, with translations of Sappho and pre-Socratic philosophy soon to appear. His poetry has been long-listed for the National Book Award, and supported by the Monfort, Lannan, and Guggenheim Foundations. He teaches at Colorado State University where he is a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar.

Bruce Bond is the author of 35 books including, most recently, Patmos (Juniper Prize, UMass, 2021), Behemoth (New Criterion Prize, 2021), Liberation of Dissonance (Schaffner Award for Literature in Music, Schaffner, 2022), Choreomania (MadHat, 2023), and Invention of the Wilderness (LSU, 2023), plus two books of criticism, Immanent Distance (UMichigan, 2015) and Plurality and the Poetics of Self (Palgrave, 2019).  Among his forthcoming books are Vault (Richard Snyder Award, Ashland) and The Dove of the Morning News (Test Site Poetry Prize, U. of NV).