Published by Curt Curtin

I’m a lifelong poet with three chapbooks and many individual poems appearing in journals and other publications. In 2010, I was the first recipient of Worcester County Poetry Association's Frank O’Hara award for poetry, and in 2019 won second place in the annual contest of the Connecticut Poetry Society. I’ve been a featured reader in many poetry venues in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and twice in Ireland. I taught college English and creative writing at Westfield State University for 20 years. For Art’s Sake is my first full-length collection.I’m a lifelong poet with three self-produced chapbooks and many individual poems appearing in journals and other publications. I’ve been a featured reader in many poetry venues in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and twice in Ireland. I taught college English and creative writing at Westfield State University for 20 years. For Art’s Sake is my first full-length collection; my second collection, Kerry Dancers, will be released in January 2021.

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  1. This is especially moving and apt. I’m reminded of Faulkner’s remark that “the past never past.”

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