Songs and Sonnets by Paul Muldoon

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With its double-sided title, the latest release from poet, professor and occasional rock guitarist Paul Muldoon, Songs and Sonnets, immediately sets in motion a dizzying dance of definitions.
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Paul Muldoon has been interested in writing for music for at least twenty years, over which time he has collaborated with composers as various as Mark-Anthony Turnage, Warren Zevon, and Wayside Shrines, the Princeton-based musical collective of which he is a founder member. Songs and Sonnets brings together poems and lyrics from a writer who has been described by The Irish Times as 'a force of nature.'

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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.
 

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Anita Diamant, the author of six books about contemporary Jewish life and two novels, is a prizewinning journalist whose work has appeared regularly in The Boston Globe Magazine and Parenting. The Red Tent, her first novel, was named Book Sense Book of the Year. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Enitharmon Press. 48 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Maria Johnston on Jan 11 2013

With its double-sided title, the latest release from poet, professor and occasional rock guitarist Paul Muldoon, Songs and Sonnets, immediately sets in motion a dizzying dance of definitions.

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