Theodore Weiss

Theodore Weiss is emeritus professor of English and creative writing at Princeton University and coeditor with his wife, Renée of the Quarterly Review of Literature. Among his recent books of poetry are A Slow Fuse and his collected poems, From Princeton One Autumn Afternoon. He has been the recipient of several honorary degrees in letters, a member of the National Book Award jury for poetry and the Bollingen Committee, a guest and reader at the White House, and winner of--among other prizes, including a Guggenheim and other fellowships--the Poetry Society of America's Shelley Memorial Award.
A Sum of Destructions - Cover
A Sum of Destructions