Victor Lodato Audio Books

Victor Lodato Audio Books

Victor Lodato is a poet and playwright. A 2002–2003 Guggenheim Fellow, his poems have appeared in the Southern Review, North American Review, Northwest Review, and Beloit Poetry Journal. In 1998 he received the Emily Clark Balch Prize in Poetry from the Virginia Quarterly Review. Victor has also won numerous awards for his plays, including one from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, and New York City.

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