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Biography of Mark Doty

Mark Doty

Mark Doty (1953 - Present)

Mark Doty (born 1953 in Maryville, Tennessee) is an American poet. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, then received his Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from Goddard College in Vermont. In 1989, his partner Wally Roberts tested positive for HIV, which drastically changed his writing. Roberts's death in 1994 inspired Doty to write Atlantis. In 1995, he won the ₤10,000 T.S. Eliot Prize for Poetry, the first American poet to have done so. He lives in Provincetown, Massachusetts and Houston, Texas. He is currently the John and Rebecca Moores Professor in the graduate program at the University of Houston.


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16 Poems written by Mark Doty

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1. Faith Comments and analysis of 1. Faith by Mark Doty 212 Comments
Metro North Comments and analysis of Metro North by Mark Doty 9 Comments
Visitation Comments and analysis of Visitation by Mark Doty 2 Comments
At the Gym Comments and analysis of At the Gym by Mark Doty 1 Comment
Description Comments and analysis of Description by Mark Doty 1 Comment
Dickeyville Grotto Comments and analysis of Dickeyville Grotto by Mark Doty 1 Comment
Favrile Comments and analysis of Favrile by Mark Doty 1 Comment
To Bessie Drennan Comments and analysis of To Bessie Drennan by Mark Doty 1 Comment
A Display Of Mackeral
A Green Crab's Shell
Broadway
Demolition
Long Point Light
The Ancient World
The Embrace
Turtle, Swan


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