Described by The Times Literary Supplement as “the most significant English-language poet born since the second World War,” Paul Muldoon is
the author of numerous books of poetry, including The Word on the Street; Maggot; Horse Latitudes; Moy Sand and Gravel, for which he won the 2002
Pulitzer Prize, One Thousand Things Worth Knowing: Poems, and his latest collection, Selected Poems: 1968 – 2014. [4:00 Saturday, UU North Chapel] He was awarded the 1994 T. S. Eliot Prize, the 1997 Irish Times Poetry Prize, the 2003 Griffin International Prize for Excellence in Poetry, the 2004 American Ireland Fund Literary Award, and the 2004 Shakespeare Prize. He is the current Poetry Editor of The New Yorker.
“Paul Muldoon is a shape-shifting Proteus to readers who try to pin him down…Those who interrogate Muldoon’s poems find themselves changing shapes
each time he does…authentically touched or delighted.” —The New York Times Book Review