Poet Jay Rogoff will be reading at Skidmore College at the Surrey Williamson Inn on North Broadway in Saratoga on Thursday, September 11 at 8:00PM.
Jay Rogoff’s new book of poems, The Long Fault, appeared from Louisiana State University Press in 2008. LSU will also publish his book of poems concerning dance, The Code of Terpsichore, in 2011. His earlier books include 1995’s The Cutoff, set in the world of minor league baseball, which won the Word Works Washington Prize, and How We Came to Stand on That Shore, issued in 2003. He has also published a chapbook, First Hand (1997), about marriage and dairy farming, and, with artist and printmaker Kate Leavitt, Venera, a 2001 limited edition artists’ book, handmade and handset by Leavitt and featuring her four-color intaglio prints.
Rogoff’s poems have appeared in many journals and magazines, among them Agni, The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, Literary Imagination, Ploughshares, The Progressive, Salmagundi, Shenandoah, The Southern Review, and The Yale Review. His criticism on poetry and other arts frequently appears in such journals as The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, Salmagundi, Shenandoah, and The Southern Review. He also serves as The Saratogian’s daily ballet reviewer during the summer New York City Ballet season at SPAC.
Rogoff teaches writing and literature in the English Department at Skidmore College and lives in Saratoga Springs.
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