About Elton Glaser

Elton Glaser, a native of New Orleans, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Akron and editor of the Akron Series in Poetry. He has published seven collections of poems: Here and Hereafter: Poems (Arkansas Poetry Award), Pelican Tracks (Crab Orchard Award Series), Relics, Tropical Depressions (Iowa Poetry Prize), Color Photographs of the Ruins , and Winter Amnesties (Crab Orchard Award Series). His poems have appeared in the 1995, 1997, and 2000 editions of The Best American Poetry and Scanning the Century: The Penguin Book of the Twentieth Century in Poetry .  He co-edited, with William Greenway, I Have My Own Song for It: Modern Poems of Ohio .


Here and Hereafter (University of Arkansas Press, 2005)

Pelican Tracks (Southern Illinois University Press, 2003)

Winter Amnesties (Southern Illinois University Press, 2000)

Color Photographs of the Ruins (University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992)

Tropical Depressions (University of Iowa Press, 1988)

Relics (Wesleyan, 1984)

Peripheral Vision (Bits Press, 1979)