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Dedciduous Poems by David B Axelrod

Dedciduous Poems

by David B Axelrod

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Dr. David B. Axelrod has published hundreds of articles and poems as well as sixteen books of poetry. Among his many grants and awards, he is recipient of three Fulbright Awards; he was the first official Fulbright Poet-in-Residence in the People's Republic of China . He was featured in Newsday as a Star in his academic galaxy, and characterized by the New York Times as ''A Treat.'' He has shared the stage with such notables as Louis Simpson, X. J. Kennedy, William Stafford, Robert Bly, Allen Ginsburg, David Ignatow and Galway Kinnell, in performances for the U.N., the American Library Association, the Struga Festival, and hundreds of schools and public events. His poetry has been translated into fifteen languages and he is a frequent and celebrated master teacher.

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