NEA Literature Fellowships

2001 - Poetry

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  • Rick Barot

    Rick Barot is currently Jones Lecturer in Poetry at Stanford University. He was born in the Philippines in 1969 and...

  • Roy Bentley

    Roy Bentley is a native of Ohio, born in Dayton in 1954. He has taught English and creative writing, at...

  • Judith Berke has explored several other art forms in addition to poetry. After attending Smith College, she studied painting at...

  • Bruce Bond

    Bruce Bond's collections of poetry include The Throats of Narcissus (University of Arkansas Press, 2001), Radiography (Natalie Ornish Award, BOA...

  • Stephanie Brown

    Stephanie Brown was born in 1961 in Pasadena, California and grew up in Newport Beach. She attended the University of...

  • Cheryl Burket

    Cheryl Burket's first book Passing Through Ninety Degrees contains prose poems about language, astronomy, kidnapped children, gambling, magic, 14 wheelers,...

  • Jean Day

    Born in 1954, Jean Day grew up in Rhode Island and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in the...

  • Maggie Dubris

    Maggie Dubris is the author of WillieWorld (Cuz Editions, 1999), a 60 page prose-poem based on her experiences as a...

  • Gary Duehr

    Gary Duehr lives in Boston, where he is a photographer and visual arts critic for journals including Arts Media, Art...

  • Denise Duhamel

    Denise Duhamel's most recent poetry collection is Queen for a Day: Selected and New Poems (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001.)...

  • Josey Foo

    Josephine Foo (Josey Foo) a Chinese native of Malaysia, immigrated to the United States in the mid-1980s. She was an...

  • Forrest Gander

    Forrest Gander is the editor of Mouth to Mouth, a bilingual anthology of contemporary Mexican poets, and the author of...

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