Bin Ramke

  • Biographical Description

    • Bin Ramke is poetry editor for the Denver Quarterly and teaches literature and creative writing in the English Department. During his childhood in the south he intended to become a mathematician, and then a sculptor, but after majoring in literature at LSU he eventually received a Ph.D. from Ohio University. He taught in Columbus, Georgia prior to arriving at the University of Denver in 1985. He sometimes teaches part of the year at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His first book won the Yale Younger Poets Award, and he has since published ten other books of poems, most recently Aerial (Omnidawn, 2012). His next book, Missing the Moon, is due this fall (2014). Ramke holds  the Phipps Chair in literature, and is an Evans Professor.

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • Publications

    • [Aerial, Omnidawn forthcoming spring 2012]

      Theory of Mind: New and Selected Poems, Omnidawn 2009

      Tendril, Omnidawn, 2007

      Matter, University of Iowa Press, 2004

      Airs, Waters, Places, University of Iowa Press, 2001

      Wake, University of Iowa Press, 1999

      Massacre of the Innocents, University of Iowa Press, 1995

      The Erotic Light of Gardens, Wesleyan University Press, 1989

      The Language Student, Louisiana State University Press, 1986

      White Monkeys, University of Georgia Press, 1981

      The Difference between Night and Day, Yale University Press, 1978.

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