Matthew Zapruder

Matthew Zapruder is an American poet, editor, and teacher. He is the author of five collections of poetry, most recently Father’s Day, from Copper Canyon in Fall 2019, as well as Why Poetry, a book of prose. He is editor at large at Wave Books, and teaches in the MFA and English Department at Saint Mary’s College of California.  


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Two Poems

"Our Custody" and "Tunnel Park," two poems from Matthew Zapruder's collection "Father's Day" and from the LARB Weather Issue, are available to read online....


Frank O'Hara, Valentine

FRANK O'HARA’s “Having a Coke With You” always seems to me like a good poem to read ...


Heart-Shaped Box: LARB Poetry Valentine Edition
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