Christopher Kondrich

Christopher Kondrich is the author of Valuing (University of Georgia Press, 2019), selected by Jericho Brown as a winner of the National Poetry Series, and Contrapuntal (Free Verse Editions, 2013). New poems appear or are forthcoming in the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day, The Believer, Bennington Review, The Cincinnati Review, CrazyhorseThe Kenyon Review, and elsewhere. An associate editor for 32 Poems, he lives and works in Maryland.


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Language Does Not Need to Be Hopeful to Provide Hope: A Conversation Between John James and Christopher Kondrich
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