Eugene Stelzig

5944 Powell Rd.Conesus, NY 14435

Author's Bio

Born in Austria; raised in Austria, France, and the U.S.; degrees in English from Univ. of Pennsylvania, Cambridge University (King's College) and Harvard University Ph.D., 1972); published poetry during past five decades in a variety of literary and (mostly) little magazines; published five scholarly books and many scholarly articles as well as four autobiographical essays in academic journals;

Publications and Prizes


Fool's Gold: Selected Poems of a Decade
(Foothills Publishing,


Greenfield Review
The Literary Review
Desperate Act
A Shout in the Street
New Mexico Humanities Review
Jean-Pierre Barricelli Prize from the International Conference on Romanticism (ICR) for HENRY CRABB ROBINSON IN GERMANY (2010)

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European American
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Personal Favorites

Favorite Authors:
Rousseau, Goethe, Wordsworth, Hesse, Nabokov (SPEAK, MEMORY)

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Listing last updated: September 29, 2013.

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