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Dan Chiasson (born in Burlington, Vermont) is an American poet, critic and professor.



He graduated from Amherst College[1] and Harvard University, with a Ph.D.

He teaches at Amherst College, and Wellesley College. He lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts.[2]

His work appeared in AGNI,[3] The New Yorker,[4] The New York Review of Books,[5] He and Meghan O'Rourke are co-poetry editors of the Paris Review.[6]. His poems have been translated into German by Jan Wagner, the selected poems have been published as "Naturgeschichte" at luxbooks, a publishing house focused on American poetry in bilingual editions.

Honors & Awards

Published works



  • One Kind of Everything:Poem and Person in Contemporary America. University of Chicago Press. 2007. ISBN 9780226103815.  
  • The fidgets of remembrance: three reflections on Robert Lowell's late poetry. Amherst College. 1993.  


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