Paul Muldoon: Ireland, America and poetry

From Saturday Morning, 9:08 am on 26 March 2016
Paul Muldoon

Paul Muldoon. Photo: Michael Potiker

Irish writer Paul Muldoon is one of the world’s leading poets, and has been poetry editor of The New Yorker since 2007. He has published over thirty collections and won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the T. S. Eliot Prize. He has taught at Princeton University since 1987 and is Howard G. B. Clark '21 Professor in the Humanities and chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts.

He is a guest at three events during the Auckland Writers Festival (10-15 May), and will announce the winner of the Sarah Broome Poetry Prize.