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William S. Di Piero (born 1945) is an American poet, translator, and essayist. Di Piero was born and grew up in an Italian working class neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
William S. He attended St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia and received a Master's degree from San Francisco State University in 1971. He taught at Louisiana State University, and Northwestern University. In 1982, he joined Stanford University. He is an Art Critic, and curated a photography exhibit of Jonathan Elderfield.
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S Poems by Kathleen Raine, Denise Levertov, . Solstice, Porch Publications (Tempe, AZ), 1981.
Di Piero was born in 1945 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and earned degrees from St. Joseph’s College and San Francisco State College. Poems by Kathleen Raine, Denise Levertov, . Di Piero, Claudia Emerson, and Stuart Dybek; plus Mary Ruefle on fear and poetry. The Only Dangerous Thing, Elpenor Books (Chicago, IL), 1984. Early Light, University of Utah Press (Salt Lake City, UT), 1985. The Dog Star, University of Massachusetts Press (Amherst, MA), 1990.
William Simone Di Piero (born 1945 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American poet, translator, essayist, and educator. He has published ten collections of poetry and five collections of essays in addition to his translations. In 2012 Di Piero received the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize for his lifetime achievement; in making the award, Christian Wiman noted, "He’s a great poet whose work is just beginning to get the wide audience it deserves.
Di Piero’s verses resound with tiny correspondences and internal echoes, and the density of his later poems, despite their readerfriendliness and beautiful images, weighs hard . W. Di Piero was born in South Philadelphia in 1945.
Di Piero’s verses resound with tiny correspondences and internal echoes, and the density of his later poems, despite their readerfriendliness and beautiful images, weighs hard on the reader’s heart, leaving an impress that is slow to fade. The Philadelphia Inquirer. He is the author of eight previous books of poetry, as well as three volumes of translation from the Italian.
The award-winning poet, writer, and art critic returns with his twelfth volume of poetry.
W. Di Piero is the author of ten books of poetry.
Di Piero’s sensibility seems to spring from the mood on the streets of San Francisco or float down from the .
Brick homes,Your Show of Shows,/ the mothball fleet and flaring oilworks. He writes about art for the San Diego Reader and has published three collections of essays and criticism on art, literature, and personal experience.
Online Books by. Di Piero. Di Piero, W. Out of Eden: Essays on Modern Art (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991) (HTML at UC Press). Books - News - Features - Archives - The Inside Story.
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