Steve Kowit (1938 - Present)

Steve Kowit was born in Brooklyn in 1938. He is the author of several books of poetry and has published a guide to writing poetry: In the Palm of Your Hand.

Kowit received a B.A. degree from Brooklyn College, a Master of Arts degree from San Francisco State College, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Warren Wilson College. He teaches at Southwestern College in Chula Vista and lives near the Tecate Mexican border.

Poems By Steve Kowit

In the Palm of Your Hand: The Poet's Portable Workshop

The Grammar Lesson (No Comments »)

Mysteries of the Body

Some Clouds (5 Comments »)

The Dumbbell Nebula

Notice (1 Comment »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of Steve Kowit's poem Notice

1 Comment

  1. Bill Johns says:

    Torn Levi’s as Bodhi tree. Good stuff.

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