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Alice Fulton

Alice Fulton’s honors include a MacArthur Fellowship, the Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry, and an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature. Fulton is the Ann S. Bowers Professor of English at Cornell University and lives in Ithaca, New York.


Books by Alice Fulton

  1. Book CoverBarely Composed: Poems

    "Tackles enduring topics—time, death, love—with a mixture of elegance and agony. . . . All of this blossoms into a dark beauty that makes these poems glisten."—Washington PostMore

  2. Book CoverCascade Experiment: Selected Poems

    Highlights from each of Alice Fulton's groundbreaking, prize-winning poetry books.More

  3. Book CoverFelt: Poems

    Winner of the Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry from the Library of Congress, chosen by the Los Angeles Times as one of the Best Books of 2001, and as a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award.More

  4. Book CoverThe Nightingales of Troy

    “Outstanding....Alice Fulton reveals herself to be triumphantly at home in the short story.”—Boston Sunday GlobeMore

  5. Book CoverSensual Math: Poems

    Drawing upon science, myth, popular culture, feminist theory and autobiography, this collection of poems demonstrates Alice Fulton's poetic virtuosity.More