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Sweet Core Orchard: Poems Paperback – March 3, 2009


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Grossberg's first book, Underwater Lengths in a Single Breath, won the 2005 Snyder Prize and was published by Ashland Poetry Press in 2007. His poems have appeared widely in literary journals, including Paris Review, Southwest Review, Cincinnati Review, American Literary Review, and others, and his awards include a Pushcart Prize as well as several literary arts grants. He previously taught at Antioch College in Ohio, where he purchased an old farmhouse on ten acres and planted the small Granny Smith orchard for which this book is named. He currently teaches creative writing and poetry at the University of Hartford.

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Originally from Far Rockaway, New York, Benjamin S. Grossberg was educated at Rutgers and the University of Houston. From 2000 to 2008, he worked at Antioch College in Ohio, where he purchased a small farm and planted the Granny Smith orchard for which his second book was named. He is currently Director of Creative Writing and an Associate Professor of English at the University of Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut.

Ben is the author of Space Traveler (University of Tampa, 2014); Sweet Core Orchard (University of Tampa, 2009), winner of the Tampa Review Prize and a Lambda Literary Award; and Underwater Lengths in a Single Breath (Ashland Poetry Press, 2007), winner of the Snyder Prize. He has also published a chapbook, The Auctioneer Bangs his Gavel, with Kent State University Press (2006). His poems have appeared widely, including in the Pushcart Prize and Best American Poetry anthologies, Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, and the magazines Paris Review, Southwest Review, New England Review, Missouri Review, and The Sun. A recipient of individual artist grants from the states of Ohio and Connecticut, he serves as Assistant Poetry Editor and regular book reviewer for the Antioch Review.

Ben is also a distance runner and a vegetarian, and lives with a small, unnamed cat.

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