NEA Literature Fellowships

2007 - Poetry

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  • Tony Barnstone

    Tony Barnstone, a professor of English at Whittier College, is the author of two books of poetry, Sad Jazz: Sonnets...

  • Nicky Beer

    Nicky Beer is from the Long Island town of Northport, NY. She received her BA from Yale University and her...

  • John Bradley

    John Bradley grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts; Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska; Massapequa and Lynbrook, New York; and Wayzata, Minnesota. He...

  • Joseph Campana

    Joseph Campana grew up in Johnstown, New York, in the foothills of the Adirondacks. He has degrees in literature from...

  • Morri Creech

    Morri Creech was born in Moncks Corner, South Carolina and educated at Winthrop University (BA) and McNeese State University (MFA,...

  • Averill Curdy

    Averill Curdy received her MFA from the University of Houston and a PhD from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her poems...

  • Lightsey Darst

    Lightsey Darst is originally from Tallahassee, Florida; now she lives in Minneapolis, where she writes dance reviews, curates mnartists.org's "What...

  • Carol Ann Davis

    Carol Ann Davis directs the undergraduate creative writing program at the College of Charleston, in Charleston, SC, where she is...

  • Susan Deer Cloud

    Susan Deer Cloud grew up in the Catskills. She is what mountain people call "part Indian." For many years she...

  • Michelle Detorie

    Michelle Detorie lives in Goleta, California. She used to live in Kyle, Texas, where she was the 2004-2006 Writer-in-Residence at...

  • Rebecca Dunham

    Rebecca Dunham's first book of poetry, The Miniature Room, won the 2006 T.S. Eliot Prize and was published by Truman...

  • Angie Estes

    Angie Estes is the author of three books of poems, most recently Chez Nous. Her second book, Voice-Over, won the...

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