Poetry. "Emanuel di Pasquale writes with reverence and wonder, like some Adam first laying eyes on beast and tree, bestowing names upon them...I find di Pasquale an astonishing and delightful poet, a visionary miraculously set down in New Jersey, and a true original" -- X.J. Kennedy.
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About the Author
Emanuel di Pasquale has lived in New Jersey since 1968 and teaches at Middlesex County College. His books of poems include Genesis (BOA Editions Limited, 1989) and The Silver Lake Love Poems (Bordighera, 2000). He was awarded The Bordighera Poetry Prize in 1998, The Academy of American Poets' Raiziss/de Palchi Fellowship in 2000, and the Chelsea Award for Poetry in 2002. He is currently the poetry editor of the literary journal Chelsea and lives in Long Branch, along the ocean, with his younger daughter, Elisabeth Raffaela.