Dan Rosenberg

Dan Rosenberg

Associate Professor of English

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Assistant Professor of English, Daniel Rosenberg’s, chapbook-length collection of 22 poems, Mine, was a finalist for Verse Magazine‘s Tomaž Šalamun Prize, and will be published in the magazine this year. His poems have also been accepted this month for publication in From the Finger Lakes: A Poetry Anthology and Boston Review.

Dan Rosenberg, Assistant Professor of English, was interviewed in two venues in April, in connection with his recently released chapbook of poems, Thigh’s Hollow. Poet Rob Mclennan conducted a print interview here, and Tish Pearlman conducted a radio interview for her NPR show, Out of Bounds, which is accessible here.

DANIEL ROSENBERG, Visiting Assistant Professor of English

Dan Rosenberg, Visiting Assistant Professor of English, has published his co-translation of Slovenian poet Miklavz Komelj’s book, Hippodrome. As part of Zephyr Press’s Eastern European Poets Series, Hippodrome includes imagistic lyrics, pastiches of quotes, persona poems, political polemics, and a reasonably faithful translation of Seneca. The collection includes an introductory essay and notes by Rosenberg to provide context and insight into the poems, the translation process, and Slovenian culture.

Visiting Assistant Professor of English Dan Rosenberg’s new chapbook of poems, “Thigh’s Hollow,” was just released. This collection, which is part of a larger series of poems all in a strict syllabic form, won the national Omnidawn Poetry Chapbook Prize. Dan is reading from his new chapbook this semester in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Louisville, and elsewhere.