Daniel Bosch was awarded the Boston Review Poetry Prize in 1998. His book Crucible was published by Other Press in 2002, and individual poems appeared in journals such as Poetry, Slate, The Times Literary Supplement (U.K.), Agni, Berfrois (U.K.), The New Republic, and Harvard Review, where he was poetry editor for issues 19 and 20. He writes essays about poetry and poetry pedagogy, and reviews books, lectures, and installations for the Artsfuse (www.artsfuse.org), Contemporary Poetry Review, and The Critical Flame. He has taught writing at Harvard College, Boston University, and Tufts University. This summer he is interviewing poet David Ferry for The Paris Review.