Edward Nudelman's first full-length poetry book, "What Looks Like an Elephant" was published by Lummox Press, 2011. "Night Fires," semifinalist for the Journal Award was published by Pudding House, 2009. His poems have appeared in Chiron Review, Evergreen Review, Valparaiso Review, Ampersand, Syntax, Atlanta Review, OCHO, Mipoesias, Plainsongs, Tears in the Fence, Floating Bridge Press, Penwood Review, and others. Edward Nudelman's poetry has been shortlisted for many prizes, including Pushcart, Seattle Times and Aesthetica Poetry Contest.
"Edward Nudelman’s delicious use of math and science language and metaphors combined with his sense of humor and seemingly limitless curiosity…and the sheer loveliness of so many lines…make this a book to re-read, to share with friends and family, and to return to for inspiration, discovery, comfort, and fun."−April Ossmann former director of Alice James Books.
"Edward Nudelman is a poet of importance... so able is he to find those fragments of imagination, question, fear, doubt, and need for definition..." -Grady Harp, Poets and Artists Magazine.