- Existence: 1935
Grace Schulman, American poet and educator, was born in New York City in 1935. She studied at Bard College and graduated from American University in 1955, and received a Ph.D. from New York University in 1971. She is the Distinguished Professor of English at Baruch College, CUNY. She has taught poetry writing at Princeton University, Columbia University, Wesleyan University, Bennington College, and Warren Wilson College. Her work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New Republic, Paris Review, Antaeus, Grand Street, the Yale Review, the Hudson Review, and the Kenyon Review. She served as Poetry Editor of the Nation from 1972 to 2006, and director of the Poetry Center, 92nd Street Y, from 1973 to 1985. Her volumes of poetry include Burn Down the Icons (1976), Hemispheres (1984), For That Day Only (1994), The Paintings of Our Lives (2001), and Days of Wonder: New and Selected Poems (2002). Other works include her edition of The Poems of Marianne Moore (2003), several works of criticism, and translations of the poetry of T. Carmi and Pablo Antonio Cuadra.
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This collection consists of material created and accumulated by Grace Schulman during her career as a poet, editor, and educator. Material includes writings, personal papers, correspondence, photographs, audiovisual material, and printed material, documenting the creation of several of Schulman's published volumes of poetry and her edition of The Poems of Marianne Moore (2003), as well as individual poems she published in numerous magazines.