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Adam Fieled

7 February 1976 -

American poet Adam Fieled was born in New York City in 1976 but raised in the Philadelphia suburb Cheltenham. He attended Penn State University in the Nineties, but eventually graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania in the Aughts. His first print books, Posit (2 editions) and Opera Bufa, appeared in 2007, and were followed by When You Bit..., Chimes, Apparition Poems, Equations (2 editions), and Cheltenham, as well as numerous e-books and chapbooks, like Beams, The White Album (2 editions), and The Posit Trilogy. Fieled also earned an MFA from New England College and an MA from Temple University. He currently resides in the Philadelphia suburb Conshohocken. His poetry and theoretical endeavors all involve spearheading a movement he calls Neo-Romanticism, under the aegis of which also fall many young artists working in Philadelphia in the Aughts.

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