| A. Moritz|| Poet|
| Marquette University (1975)|
Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada
Ludwig Zeller, Theresa Moritz, George Fetherling
The New Measures, The Sentinel, Night Street Repairs, Early poems, Mahoning
A. F. Moritz Wikipedia
Albert Frank Moritz (born April 15, 1947) is a poet, teacher, and scholar.
Born in Niles, Ohio, Moritz was educated at Marquette University. Since 1975, he has made his home in Toronto, Ontario where he has worked variously as an advertising copywriter and executive, editor, publisher, and university professor. His poetry has been honored with a 1990 Guggenheim Fellowship, inclusion in the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, and numerous other awards. He currently teaches at Victoria College in the University of Toronto.
He is married to Theresa Moritz, with whom he has collaborated on a number of books.