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Noah Warren is a poet and critic. His books of poetry are The Complete Stories, published by Copper Canyon in 2021, and The Destroyer in the Glass, chosen by Carl Phillips for the 2016 Yale Series of Younger Poets. His writing has been honored by awards and fellowships from Yale, Stanford, UC-Berkeley, The New Literary Project, and the Arts Research Center. He lives in Los Angeles, teaches at Claremont McKenna College, and is finishing a PhD at UC-Berkeley. 

His poems appear in The Nation, The Atlantic, The Paris Review, POETRY, The American Poetry Review, and  Ploughshares, among other venues. His academic article on poetry and property at Walden Pond is in press at Nineteenth-Century Literature; selected public criticism can be found at Chicago Review, Poetry Foundation and Los Angeles Review of Books. His dissertation explores the occasions of poetry in the American nineteenth century.

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