Curriculum vitae (.pdf)
Donald Revell is the author of twelve collections of poetry, most recently of Tantivy (2012) and The Bitter Withy (2009), both from Alice James Books. He has published five volumes of translations from the French, including Apollinaire’s Alcools (Wesleyan), Rimbaud’s Illuminations and A Season in Hell (both from Omnidawn) and Laforgue’s Last Verses (Omnidawn). His critical writings include The Art of Attention (Graywolf) and Invisible Green: Selected Prose (Omnidawn). Winner of the PEN USA Translation Award and two-time winner of the PEN USA Award for Poetry, he has also won the Academy of American Poets’ Lenore Marshall Prize and is a former Fellow of the Ingram Merrill and Guggenheim Foundations. Additionally, he has twice been awarded Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Former editor-in-chief of Denver Quarterly, he now serves as poetry editor of Colorado Review. Revell is a Professor of English & Creative Writing at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.