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The Works of Michael J. Rosen




Work represented in anthologies, including Literature: Options for Reading and Writing, edited by Donald Daiker, Harper & Row, 1984; A Place of Sense: Eight Essays in Search of the Midwest, edited by Michael Martone, University of Iowa Press, 1988; The Direction of Poetry, edited by Robert Richman, Houghton, 1988; Louder Than Words, edited by William Shore, Vintage, 1990; Townships, edited by Michael Martone, University of Iowa Press, 1992; The Best Poems of 1994, edited by David Lehman, Knopf, 1995; Dog Music, edited by Duemer and Simmerman, St. Martin's, 1996; The World's Children and Their Companion Animals: Developmental and Educational Significance of the Child/Pet Bond, edited by Mary Jalongo, ACEI Publications, 1996; When I Was Your Age, volume 2, edited by Amy Ehrlich, Candlewick, 1999; The Color of Absence, edited by James Howe, Atheneum, 2001; and Dog Is My Co-pilot, edited by the editors of the Bark, Crown, 2003. Contributor of poetry, fiction, reviews and articles to periodicals, including Atlantic Monthly, Bloomsbury Review, Boston Review, Confrontation, Epoch, High Plains Literary Review, Indiana Review, Kenyon Review, Nation, New Criterion, New York Times Book Review, New Yorker, Paris Review, Poet and Critic, Prairie Schooner, Salmagundi, Shenandoah, Southwest Review, and Yale Review. Associate poetry editor, 1987-89, poetry editor, 1990 --, High Plains Literary Review. Contributor of illustrations to magazines, including Gourmet and New Yorker. Humor editor, Emmis Press, 2003--. Contributing editor, Bark, 2001--.