Adam Fitzgerald is a New York City based poet, editor and teacher. He is founding editor of the poetry journal Maggy, and the small artisan press Monk Books that has published Mark Strand (prose poems and artworks) and Bernadette Mayer (translations of Catullus introduced by Dorothea Lasky). In 2007, he completed a Masters while editing two unpublished essays of John Ashbery on W.H. Auden and Henry Green at Boston University’s Editorial Institute. In 2010, he received his MFA from Columbia University’s School of the Arts in Poetry. Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in A Public Space, Boston Review, Conjunctions, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. Currently, he adjunct professes in literature and creative writing at Rutgers University and The New School. He lives in a pea-sized studio in the East Village. His debut collection of poetry, The Late Parade, will be published by W.W. Norton’s Liveright imprint in June 2013.