Kurt Cole Eidsvig
Kurt Cole Eidsvig is an award-winning writer and artist. He has been featured in The Boston Globe, The Improper Bostonian, BNN, NBC, FOX, CBS, and ABC.
Kurt's visual art has been included in solo exhibitions, galleries, installations, and group shows in Los Angeles, Sydney, Boston, Baltimore, and Key West. His work is part of numerous commercial and private collections.
Eidsvig taught art and writing at UMASS Boston, the University of Montana, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and worked as a gallery assistant for the Arts on the Point Sculpture Park in Boston. Kurt has won a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship, a Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Award, and the Edmund Freeman Award.
Praise for OxyContin for Breakfast
“In this rich book of poems, Kurt Eidsvig covers a lot of territory. From Boston to Montana, and many states between, it's a book of Americana. From OxyContin and alcohol to Rothko and other artists, it's an implicit conversation between experience and art, with a painterly sense of color, shape, and line informing its pages. From conversational narrative to nonlinear association, from syntactic extension to clipped repetition, Eidsvig invites us to listen and travel with him. It's a journey you'll want to take slowly, and then to take again.”
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