David Wagoner

David Russell Wagoner (born June 5, 1926) is an American poet who has written many poetry collections and ten novels. Two of his books have been nominated for National Book Awards.

Born in Massillon, Ohio and raised in Whiting, Indiana from the age of seven, Wagoner attended Pennsylvania State University where he was a member of Naval ROTC and graduated in three years. He received an M.A. in English from the Indiana University in 1949 and has taught at the University of Washington since 1954 on the suggestion of friend and fellow poet Theodore Roethke.

Wagoner was editor of ''Poetry Northwest'' from 1966 to 2002 and his play ''An Eye For An Eye For An Eye'' was produced in 1973. Wagoner was elected chancellor of the Academy of American Poets in 1978 and served in that capacity until 1999. One of his novels, ''The Escape Artist'', was turned into a film by executive producer Francis Ford Coppola. He currently teaches in the low-residency MFA program of the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts on Whidbey Island. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Wagoner, David.
Published 2008
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by Wagoner, David.
Published 1978
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by Wagoner, David.
Published 1979
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by Wagoner, David.
Published 1969
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by Wagoner, David.
Published 2005
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