The Times Literary Supplement has called Paul Muldoon "the most significant English-language poet born since the second World War." His poetry has won the T.S. Eliot prize and the Pulitzer Prize and was elected Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford (1999-2004). He is the poetry editor at The New Yorker and teaches at Princeton University.
Listen to him discuss poetry over at Wunderkammer Magazine. Thanks to David Michael for the heavy lifting on the interview and J. M. Harper for the camera/editing work.