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Louis S. Asekoff (born December 17, 1939) is an American poet and professor emeritus.
Speaker Biography: . Asekoff has published four books of poetry: Dreams of a Work (1994) and North Star (1997) with Orchises Press, and The Gate of Horn (2010) and the verse novella Freedom Hill (2011) with stern University Press.
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Asekoff has received fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts, the New York Founda-tion for the Arts, the Fund for Poetry. One of his poems, Rounding the Horn, was included in the anthology Best Poems of 1997. He has published two books of poetry, Dreams of a Work (1993) and North Star (1997), both with Orchises Press. A third book, The Gate of Horn, is scheduled to be published in 2010.
Asekoff's unconventional use of monologue as a poetic instru. Asekoff taught poetry and coordinated the MFA Poetry Program at Brooklyn College for 42 years, where he also served as a Faculty Associate for The Wolfe Institute for Humanities. The son of a psychiatrist, he grew up on the grounds of the psychiatric hospitals Danvers State and Metropolitan State Hospital.
Asekoff is author of Dreams of a Workand North Star. poetry program at Brooklyn College. Showing 1–1 of 1. The Conquerors. Aug 28, 2007 7:40 AM.
The boy of the psychiatrist, he was raised due to the psychiatric clinics Danvers Condition and Metropolitan Condition Hospital. Selected publications. Dreams of a Function (1994, Orchises Press) North Superstar (1997, Orchises Press) The Gate of Horn (2010, Triquarterly) Independence Hill: a poem (2011, Triquarterly). Selected Poems Online.
L. S. Asekoff, former director of the Brooklyn College MFA Program in Poetry, has published three previous poetry collections: Dreams of a Work (1994), North Star (1997), and The Gate of Horn (Northwestern University Press, 2010).
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