Gerald Costanzo

Gerald Costanzo

Gerald Costanzo has been a professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh for forty-seven years. He is the author of, among other collections of poems, Nobody Lives on Arthur Godfrey Boulevard (BOA Editions Ltd, 1992) and Great Disguise (Air and Nothingness Press, 2000). Over the years, his poems and articles about poetry have appeared in American Poetry Review, Georgia Review, North American Review, and The Nation. He lives in Mount Lebanon, Pa, and in Nehalem, Oreg.

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