Poet and teacher Anselm Hollo dies

Anselm Hollo — poet, translator, and essayist, as well as faculty member (since 1985) of the Buddhist-inspired Naropa University, where he taught poetry and translation workshops and courses in literary studies at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics — has died. Hollo was the author of some forty-plus books of poetry, including the collection Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: Selected Poems 1965–2000. He was the recipient of an NEA Fellowship in poetry, grants from the Fund for Poetry, and the Government of Finland’s Distinguished Foreign Translator’s Award.