Ron Padgett (1942 - Present)

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1942, Ron Padgett is the author of numerous works including the poetry collections Great Balls of Fire, Triangles in the Afternoon, and The Big Something; a volume of selected prose entitled Blood Work; and translations of books by Guillaume Apollinaire, Blaise Cendrars, and Marcel Duchamp.

Ron Padgett lives in New York City, where he is the Publications Director for Teachers and Writers Collaborative.

Poems By Ron Padgett

New & Selected Poems, 1963-1992

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