R. H. W. Dillard  

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Richard H. W. Dillard (born 11 October 1937) is an American poet, author, critic, and translator.

Perhaps most famous as the first husband of Annie Dillard, he has published many critically acclaimed works. He is considered something of an institution at Hollins University where he has been since 1964, teaching creative writing, literature, and film studies.


  • 1966 The Day I Stopped Dreaming About Barbara Steele
  • 1971 News of the Nile
  • 1972 After Borges
  • 1974 The Book of Changes
  • 1976 Horror Films
  • 1981 The Greeting: New & Selected Poems
  • 1983 The First Man on the Sun
  • 1988 Understanding George Garrett
  • 1994 Just Here, Just Now
  • 1995 Omniphobia
  • 1995 Plautus's The Little Box
  • 1999 Aristophanes's The Sexual Congress
  • 2001 Sallies

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