Winter Guest Editor Rosanna Warren. You might also like Girl of Few Seasons Solo 5. Spring Guest Editor: Jean Thompson. Introduction Rosanna Warren. Fiction J. The Night Mechanic. John Casey. Janis Hallowell. Askold Melnyczuk. The Dimensions of Silence. Kate Walbert. David Weiss. Poetry Anne Atik. Amy Beeder. Scarab Poetica. John Bensko. Frank Bidart. Michael Borich. Peg Boyers. John Casteen. Adam Zagajewski , Clare Cavanagh. Dan Chiasson. Henri Cole. Peter Cooley. Steven Cramer.
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Stephen Cushman. Di Piero. Overlooking Lake Champlain. Bryan D. The Projected Man. Maggie Dietz. Anywhere Elsewhere. Landis Everson. Richard Fein. To My Brother at His Funeral. Brendan Galvin. Megan Gannon.
Linda Gregerson. Jeff Hardin. On the Eve of a New Millennium. Jeffrey Harrison. Danger: Tulips. Todd Hearon. Scott Hightower. Brenda Hillman. Near the Great Arch. Jane Hirshfield. Critique of Pure Reason. Tony Hoagland. Jason the Real. Michael Hofmann. John Hollander. A Draft of Light. Fanny Howe.
Susan Howe. Colette Inez. Marcia Karp. Familiar Rhymes. Maurice Kilwein Guevara. Jennifer L. And Then There Is California. Laurie Lamon. Pain Thinks of Something Biography. Rika Lesser. The eventual poet said he belonged to a gang in high school and had little interest in literature. He planned on being a gas station attendant as his uncle had been, but finding that his friends to his surprise were going to college, he applied to Kansas State College of Pittsburg now Pittsburg State University in Tate wrote his first poem a few months into college with no external motivation; he observed that poetry "became a.
Bellevue Literary Review is a literary journal that publishes fiction, nonfiction and poetry about the human body, illness, health and healing. The Managing Editor is Stacy Bodziak.
Editorial staff includes Senior Fiction. Southern Indiana Review is a literary magazine produced at the University of Southern Indiana since The journal is known for its Mary C. Mohr Awards in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Appel, and Jennifer S. The Threepenny Review is an American literary magazine founded in It is published in Berkeley, California, by founding editor Wendy Lesser. Maintaining a quarterly schedule March, June, September, December , it offers fiction, memoirs, poetry, essays and criticism to a readership of 10, The magazine was launched in  after Lesser then 27 years old with no editing experience was a guest editor of Ron Nowicki's San Francisco Review of Books.
She found the experience so rewarding that she decided to create her own publication, and the first issue of The Threepenny Review appeared three months later. New Ohio Review is a national literary magazine produced by the creative writing program of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio Published biannually since , the magazine showcases short fiction, poetry, and essays.
The journal is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant. That same year, editor J. Barry Award for Editorial Excellence. Margie, also known as the American Journal of Poetry, is an annual literary journal, based in Chesterfield, Missouri  that features the work of the nation's leading poets.
The journal was established in  and is dedicated to the memory of Marjorie J. Wilson The founder and editor-in-chief is Robert Nazarene. Wilson Best Poetry Book Contest. Scott Yarbrough. Winning Writers. Fall Retrieved August 18, Missouri Center fo. Graywolf Press is an independent, non-profit publisher located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Graywolf Press publishes fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. The press was named for the nearby Graywolf Ridge and Graywolf River, and for the canid. The press had early successes publishing poetry heavyweights like Denis Johnson and Tess Gallagher.
Paul, Minnesota in with the support of the Natio. Bryan Penberthy born December 29, is an American poet. Born in Dearborn, Michigan, in , he was raised near Leavenworth, Kansas. He received his B. His debut collection of poetry, Lucktown, was awarded the National Poetry Review Book Prize and was published in Released in , it consists of poems about television and is reportedly the first poetry anthology to cover the subject.
It contains poems by poets, including former U. Poet Laureate Billy Collins, who suggested the title. In an interview with The Huffington Post, Allegretti said, "Poets by and large today are educators and scholars. My background is in media relations. My last job was director of media relations for a national not-for-profit organization. I prepared the CEO, his senior execut.
Eliot it aims for. Since , Ploughshares has been based at Emerson College in Boston. Guest editors have been the recipients of Nobel and Pulitzer prizes, National Book Awards, MacArthur and Guggenheim fellowships, and numerous other honors. The O. Hardison Jr. The prize is named after former Folger Library Director O. Ethelbert Miller —R. Life Kate Daniels was born in Richmond, Virginia. She was educated at the University of Virginia B. School of the Arts.
A fourth volume, A Walk in Victoria's Secret, was published in in the same series. The William Carlos Williams Award is given out by the Poetry Society of America for a poetry book published by a small press, non-profit, or university press. The award is endowed by the family and friends of Geraldine Clinton Little, a poet and author of short stories and former vice-president of the society.
Glass Mountain is an undergraduate literary magazine at the University of Houston that was established in The magazine publishes poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art written by undergraduates. Prior to the founding of this program, an MFA in creative writing was earned via standard residential graduate programs that required students to be in residence at an academic institution for the majority of the academic year.
Students in the program earn an MFA degree in creative writing over semesters. The low-residency model at Warren Wilson requires attendance twice a year January and July for ten days of lectures, classes, workshops and readings by both faculty and students. Students are paired with a faculty member who directs the creative and critical work for the student over the following semester.
This model of short residencies followed by a semester of one-on-one work with a faculty member has been that adopted by most low-residency MFA programs. Lawrence Bridges is a writer and film maker. He cast Brad Pitt in a Pringles commercial, one of the actor's first gigs.
The organization began in an apartment on the fringe of the Theater District. Award-winning editorial and design change. Tupelo Press is an American not-for-profit literary press founded in It produced its first titles in , publishing poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
From its first issue onward, jubilat has aimed to publish what's most alive in contemporary American poetry, and to place it alongside selections of reprints, found pieces, prose of various kinds, art, and interviews with poets and other artists. National acclaim and honors Work from recent issues of jubilat have been chosen by Best American Poetry , , , ; The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses and ; and several times for reprint in Harper's.
The poets listed below were either born in the United States or else published much of their poetry while living in that country. Jon Victor Anderson — was an American poet and educator. Torch is the debut novel of American author Cheryl Strayed. Published in by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the book was a finalist for the Great Lakes Book Award and was selected by The Oregonian as one of the top ten books of by writers living in the Pacific Northwest.
The book presents the story of family crisis and grief through the failing health and subsequent death of a mother of two children in Minnesota. The book is loosely based on the real life of the author. Retrieved Harry South 7 September — 12 March was an English jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, who later moved into work for film and television. South was born in Fulham, London. He came to prominence in the s, subsequently playing with many of the on the British jazz scene of that decade, notably Joe Harriott, Dizzy Reece, Tony Crombie, and Tubby Hayes.
After returning from a 9-month stint in Calcutta, India, with the Ashley Kozak Quartet, he spent four years with the Dick Morrissey Quartet, where he both wrote and arranged material for their subsequent four albums. The Brittingham Prize in Poetry is a major United States literary award for a book of poetry chosen from an open competition. The prize, established in , is sponsored by the English Department at the University of Wisconsin—Madison and is selected by a nationally recognized poet, The winner is published by the University of Wisconsin Press in its Poetry Series.
The winner is announced in February each year. The prize is named for Thomas E. Brittingham and is made possible by a grant from his foundation. The following is a list of notable deaths in October Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence: Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship if applicable , reason for notability, cause of death if known , and reference.
October 1 Shirin Aliabadi, 45, Iranian visual artist. Bjarkman, 77, American baseball historian and author. List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in Richard D. Fordham Professor of Creative Writi. He worked as managing coordinator of the program of the cultural institution American Corner in Novi Sad from to May He is editor-in-chief of the literary journal Polja since October Fifth Wednesday Journal FWJ is a non-profit, American literary magazine established in by Vern Miller that publishes fiction, essays, visual art, interviews, and book reviews both in print and online.
History and background The journal was founded in by a writers' critique group in Lisle, Illinois who believed that there was no magazine that represented the writers of Chicago within its suburbs. This group met every month with a fifth Wednesday, and the first issue was published in fall of The group decided to use guest editors, changing with each issue, in order to achieve a wider aesthetic range in the magazine.
More recen. She was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania, and received her M. Awards and honors Poet Laureate of New Hampshire. Provincetown Arts is an annual magazine published in midsummer that focuses on artists, performers and writers who inhabit or visit Lower Cape Cod and the cultural life of the nation's oldest continuous artists' colony in Provincetown. Drawing upon a century-long tradition of art, theater and writing, Provincetown Arts publishes essays, fiction, interviews, journals, poetry, profiles, reporting, reviews and visual features.
He is the son of painter Peter Busa — , who participated in the formative years of Abstract Expressionism and formed a school for painters in Provincetown. Contributors to the magazine include emerging artists as well as established figures.