NEA Literature Fellowships

2003 - Poetry

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  • Ralph Adamo

    A lifelong resident of New Orleans, Ralph Adamo has published six collections of poetry, most recently Waterblind: New and Selected...

  • Daniel Anderson

    Daniel Anderson's poems have appeared in Poetry, The Kenyon Review, New England Review, The Hudson Review, The New Republic, The...

  • Nan Cohen

    Nan Cohen's poems have appeared in Tikkun, Poetry International, Prairie Schooner, The Prentice-Hall Anthology of Women's Literature, and other magazines...

  • Camille Dungy

    Camille Dungy has earned fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Corporation of Yaddo, the Ragdale Foundation, Cave...

  • Beth Ann Fennelly

    Beth Ann Fennelly grew up in a suburb north of Chicago. She received her BA from the University of Notre...

  • Joanna Goodman

    Joanna Goodman was awarded the Iowa Poetry Prize for her first collection, Trace of One (University of Iowa Press, 2002)....

  • Lola Haskins

    Lola Haskins has published six collections of poetry, most recently The Rim Benders (Anhinga, 2001) and Extranjera (Story Line, 1998)....

  • David Keplinger

    David Keplinger's first book, The Rose Inside, was chosen by Mary Oliver for the 1999 T.S. Eliot prize. His essays,...

  • Jacqueline Lyons

    Jacqueline Lyons' first collection of poetry, The Way They Say Yes Here, is being published by Hanging Loose Press as...

  • Corey Marks

    Corey Marks's first book, Renunciation, was a National Poetry Series Open Competition winner published by University of Illinois Press. His...

  • Davis McCombs

    Davis McCombs teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Arkansas. His first book, Ultima Thule, was chosen...

  • Jeffrey McDaniel

    Jeffrey McDaniel was born in Philadelphia in 1967. He is the author of 3 books of poetry: The Splinter Factory,...

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