Alice Quinn

Quinn is the director of the Poetry Society of America and a professor of poetry at the Graduate School of the Arts at Columbia University, New York. She was the Poetry Editor of The New Yorker for 20 years. Before joining the magazine she worked as an editor at Alfred A. Knopf publishers, where she edited the Knopf Poetry Series, as well as works of fiction by Ann Arensberg, Steven Millhauser and Celia Gittelson; and works of non-fiction, including Ann Douglas’s “The Feminization of American Culture.”

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