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Noelle Kocot

Noelle Kocot is the author of seven collections of poetry, including The Bigger World, Soul in Space, and Phantom Pains of Madness, due this May from Wave Books. She is the current poet laureate of Pemberton Borough, NJ.


Noelle Kocot
Andrew Ridker, Cathy Park Hong, Rae Armantrout, John Ashbery, Robert Pinsky, Charles Bernstein, Harmony Holiday, Noelle Kocot, Richard Greenfield, Maureen N. McLane, Amy King, Jennifer Kronovet, Jessica Baran

Noelle Kocot discusses her work and life.

Amy Newlove Schroeder, Noelle Kocot

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Noelle Kocot

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