NEA Literature Fellowships

2007 - Poetry

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  • Jonathan Fink

    Jonathan Fink was born in Lubbock, TX in 1975. He received his BA from Trinity University and his MFA from...

  • Rachel Contreni Flynn

    Rachel Contreni Flynn was born in Paris in 1969 and raised in a small farming town in Indiana. She got...

  • Chris Forhan

    Chris Forhan, born and raised in Seattle, Washington, is the author of The Actual Moon, The Actual Stars, which won...

  • Steve Gehrke's third book of poetry, Michelangelo's Seizure, was selected for the National Poetry Series and published in 2007. His...

  • Lisa Gill

    Born in Minot, North Dakota in 1970, Lisa Gill now makes her home in Moriarty, New Mexico with her two...

  • James Hoch

    Prior to teaching, James Hoch was dishwasher, cook, dockworker, social worker and shepherd. His poems have appeared in Slate, Kenyon...

  • Andrea Hollander Budy

    Andrea Hollander is the author of three full-length poetry collections, Woman in the Painting, The Other Life, and House Without...

  • William Johnson

    William Johnson teaches at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. His critical study, What Thoreau Said, appeared in 1991. Published...

  • Lance Larsen

    Lance Larsen (PhD, University of Houston) is the author of two poetry collections: Erasable Walls and In All Their Animal...

  • Eleanor Lerman

    Eleanor Lerman is a writer and editor who lives in New York. Her first book of poetry, Armed Love, published...

  • Phillis Levin

    Phillis Levin is the author of three books of poetry, Temples and Fields (Georgia, 1988), The Afterimage (Copper Beech, 1995),...

  • Sabrina Orah Mark

    Sabrina Orah Mark was raised in Brooklyn, and received a BA from Barnard College, and an MFA from the Iowa...

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