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Budbill, David

LC control no.n 81146986
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3552.U346
Personal name headingBudbill, David
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Variant(s)Budbill, David Wolf
LocatedWolcott (Vt.)
Birth date1940-06-13
Death date2016-09-25
Place of birthCleveland (Ohio)
Place of deathMontpelier (Vt.)
Field of activityPoetry Fiction Drama Short stories Children's literature Essays
AffiliationMuskingum College Columbia University Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.) University of Vermont
New England College
Profession or occupationPoets Authors Dramatists
Found inHis Christmas tree farm, 1974.
His Judevine, 1991: CIP t.p. (David Budbill) data sht. (b. 6/13/40)
From down to the village, March 14, 2014: title page (David Budbill)
Contemporary authors online, March 14, 2014: entry for David Budbill (born June 13, 1940 in Cleveland, Ohio; poet, playwright; attended Muskingum College and Columbia University; Union Theological Seminary, M. Div.; lives in Wolcott, VT; email address:
David Budbill website, March 14, 2014: about page (author of seven books of poems, eight plays, a novel, a collection of short stories, a picture book for children, dozens of essays, introductions, speeches, a libretto; received honorary doctor of humane letters from New England College in January 2009)
Wikipedia, March 14, 2014: entry for David Budbill (David Wolf Budbill; American poet and playwright; papers held at the University of Vermont)
The writers directory, c2013: page 431 (David Budbill; writer; email address:
New York times WWW site, viewed Oct. 3, 2016 (in obituary published Sept. 30: David Budbill; b. David Wolf Budbill, June 13, 1940, Cleveland; moved to Wolcott, Vt., 1969; d. Sept. 25, Montpelier, Vt., aged 76; his pared-down, plain-dress poems about his remote corner of northern Vermont found a national audience thanks to Garrison Keillor)
Associated languageeng