ROBERT CREELEY taught at Black Mountain College along with Robert Duncan and Edward Dorn, and also edited the Black Mountain Review. He subsequently taught at the University of New Mexico and in 1966 went to the State University of New York at Buffalo where he is the Samuel Capen Professor of Poetry and the Humanities. Though best known as a poet, he has written much prose including the novel, The Island, and the short story collection, The Gold Diggers, both found in the Collected Prose of Robert Creeley. His critical writings are published in the Collected Essays of Robert Creeley, and his correspondence with Charles Olson is now in nine volumes continuing (The Complete Correspondence).
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