Brad Leithauser was born in Detroit and graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. He is the author of five previous novels, a novel in verse, five volumes of poetry, two collections of light verse, and a book of essays. Among his many awards and honors are a MacArthur Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and, in 2005, the induction by the president of Iceland into the Order of the Falcon for his writings about Nordic literature. He is a professor in the writing seminars at Johns Hopkins University. He and his wife, Mary Jo Salter, divide their time between Baltimore, Maryland, and Amherst, Massachusetts. (added from Random House)
The Art Student's War 90 copies, 9 reviews
Darlington's Fall 55 copies, 1 review
The Friends of Freeland 54 copies, 1 review
A Few Corrections 48 copies
Equal Distance 44 copies
The Norton Book Of Ghost Stories 42 copies, 1 review
Hence 40 copies
The Promise of Elsewhere 32 copies
Lettered Creatures 30 copies
The Mail From Anywhere 26 copies
Hundreds of Fireflies 24 copies
Curves and Angles: Poems 21 copies, 1 review
Seaward 17 copies
Cats of the temple : poems 16 copies
Kristin Lavransdatter (Introduction, some editions) 2,368 copies, 64 reviews
Independent People (Introduction, some editions) 2,278 copies, 75 reviews
Writers on Writing, 2: More Collected Essays from the New York Times (Contributor) 162 copies, 2 reviews
The Best American Poetry 2007 (Contributor) 136 copies, 1 review
Poetry Speaks Expanded: Hear Poets Read Their Own Work From Tennyson to… (Contributor) 122 copies, 1 review
No Other Book: Selected Essays (Editor) 107 copies
Rebel Angels: 25 Poets of the New Formalism (Contributor) 73 copies, 1 review
Against the Grain: The New Criterion on Art and Intellect at the End of… (Contributor) 28 copies
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