Bill Rasmovicz

Bill Rasmovicz is an American poet. He is author of The World in Place of Itself (Alice James Books, 2007), a 2006 Kinereth Gensler Award winner,[1] which also won the 2008 Sheila Motton Award from the New England Poetry Club.[2] Publishers Weekly likened the poems to "the haunted generalities of Franz Wright and the hunted, bomb-damaged villages of Charles Simic," in its review of the book.[3]

Rasmovicz is a graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts M.F.A. in Writing Program and the Temple University School of Pharmacy. His poems have appeared in literary journals and magazines including Third Coast, Hotel Amerika, Nimrod, Puerto del Sol, Gulf Coast and Mid-American Review.[4] He has served as a workshop co-leader and literary excursion leader in Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Italy, England and Wales.[5][6][7] Rasmovicz is a member of the Alice James Books Cooperative Board and lives in New York City.[8]


External links

  • Alice James Books
  • January 31, 2009
  • Author Website
  • by Bill Rasmovicz
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