Robert Carnevale’s poems have been published in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Alaska Quarterly Review, and other magazines, and several have been anthologized. He worked in various capacities on the Voices and Visions film series on American poets, which was broadcast nationally over PBS in 1988. Among his roles were Principal Literary Researcher, Coordinator of the Educational Advisory Committee, and Associate Editor and Contributor for the College Telecourse based on the series. He was Assistant Coordinator of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Poetry Festival for six years, helping to mount four of its poetry festivals and to design and oversee poetry activities for high school students and teachers. In recent years he has been collaborating with Drew Professor Carol Ueland in translating the Russian poet Aleksandr Kushner. Their translations have been published in The Kenyon Review, Agni, World Literature Today, and The Anthology of Russian-Jewish Literature, and have been supported by a Literary Translation Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Before joining the Arts & Letters Program, Carnevale taught as Visiting Assistant Professor of English in Drew’s College of Liberal Arts and as Assistant Professor of English at Upsala College.