A native New Yorker, Sid Gold is a two-time recipient of a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award for Poetry, and a first prize winner in the California Poetry Society contest. His first book, Working Vocabulary, won the Washington Writers’ Publishing House poetry award in 1997; he has since published two subsequent collections, The Year of the Dog Throwers (2010) and Good With Oranges (2014), both with Broadkill River Press. Poems of his have appeared recently in Poet Lore, Loch Raven Review, the Southern Poetry Review, the Cimarron Review, Tar River Poetry, Free State Review. He teaches creative writing at The George Washington University and lives in Hyattsville, MD.
Read an interview with Sid Gold at Delphi Quarterly here.