About Seth AbramsonSeth Abramson is an american poet. Abramson has published a number of books and anthologies. The magazine Publishers Weekly describes Abramson as "serious and ambitious...uncommonly interested in general statements, in hard questions, and harder answers, about how to live". Abramson won the 2008 J. Howard and Barbara M.J. Wood Prize. Poetry editor Don Share said of Abramson's "What I Have" that "the poem absorbs certain details but doesn't fasten upon them the way poets are tempted to do; it's not adjectival, it's not descriptive, it's not painting a kind of canvas with scenery on it, and yet those details are really fascinating".
Abramson currently writes a blog on contemporary poetry for The Huffington Post and is a regular columnist for Indiewire. Abramson's Indiewire column focuses on films, television programs, and video games informed by metamodernism. Publishers Weekly notes that Abramson has "picked up a very large following as a blogger and commentator, covering poetry, politics, and higher education, and generating a controversial, U.S. News-style ranking of graduate programs in writing.