NEA Literature Fellowships

2007 - Poetry

Back to NEA Literature Fellowships

  • Leslie Monsour

    Leslie Monsour was born in Hollywood, California, in 1948, but grew up in Mexico City, Chicago, and Panama. She was...

  • Sean Nevin

    Sean Nevin teaches creative writing for Arizona State University where he serves as the assistant director of ASU's Young Writer's...

  • Jill Osier

    Originally from northeast Iowa, Jill Osier has worked as a writer, laborer, and educator, much of the time in Iowa...

  • Alison Pelegrin

    Alison Pelegrin is the author of Big Muddy River of Stars, winner of the Akron Poetry Prize; as well as...

  • Lynn Powell

    Lynn Powell was born and raised in East Tennessee. Since 1990, she has lived with her family in Oberlin, Ohio....

  • Kevin Prufer

    Kevin Prufer (b. 1969) is the author of three books of poetry, the most recent of which is Fallen from...

  • Karen Rigby

    Karen Rigby was born in the Republic of Panama in 1979. Her first chapbook, Festival Bone, was published in 2004....

  • Dana Roeser

    Dana Roeser's first book of poems, Beautiful Motion, was the winner of the Samuel French Morse Prize. In 2005, she...

  • Martha Ronk

    Martha Ronk is the author of several books, most recently, In a landscape of having to repeat, (PEN USA best...

  • Catie Rosemurgy

    Catie Rosemurgy is originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where she still spends time each year. She currently lives...

  • Jane Satterfield

    Born in England and educated in the U.S., Jane Satterfield received an MFA from the University of Iowa. Her first...

  • J.D. Smith

    J.D. Smith's second collection of poems, Settling for Beauty, was published in 2005 and his first book, The Hypothetical Landscape,...

Pages