Elizabeth Kirschner

Elizabeth Kirschner has published three previous books of poetry, Twenty ColorsPostal Routes and Slow Risen Among the Smoke Trees all by Carnegie Mellon University Press. In addition, she has a CD released by Albany Records wherein her own poetry, not a translation, has been set to Robert Schumann’s Dichterliebe. Now titled The Dichterliebe in Four Seasons, it premiered in Vienna in the fall of 2005, followed by an American debut in Boston featuring soprano Jean Danton accompanied by pianist Thomas Stumpf. She collaborates with many composers and has taught at Boston College since 1990. She lives in Kittery, Maine

Elizabeth Kirschner's Autumn House Books

My Life as a Doll