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The New New Yorker Poetry Editor

Muldoon Mulls Over Nature, Candy Bars
By Becky Lang
The Minnesota Daily
November 30, 2007

“Finally there’s a poet to express the less-than-timeless tribulations of the soccer mom. Princeton professor, New Yorker poetry editor and garage-band lyricist Paul Muldoon has learned the subtle art of inflating virtually anything with poetry. ‘The time of day when light fails on the field / and gives back a sky more muddy than mother-of-pearl,’ is just one line from the short ode to the Gatorade-toting masters of the minivan. Apparently, rhyming ‘soccer ball’ with ‘shopping mall’ is for amateurs.

“With more than two dozen poetry compilations, two children’s books, and a few translations on his r

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