NEA Literature Fellowships

2011 - Poetry

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  • Norman Lock

    Norman Lock wrote the novels A History of the Imagination, The Long Rowing Unto Morning, The King of Sweden, and...

  • Shara McCallum

    Shara McCallum is the author of three collections of poetry: This Strange Land (Alice James Books, April 2011), Song of...

  • Sandra Meek

    Sandra Meek has published three books of poems: the Dorset Prize-winning Biogeography (Tupelo Press, 2008), Burn (2005), and Nomadic Foundations...

  • Joshua Mehigan

    Joshua Mehigan was born in upstate New York in 1969. His first book, The Optimist (Ohio University Press, 2004), was...

  • Thorpe Moeckel

    Thorpe Moeckel is the author of Odd Botany (Silverfish Review Press, 2002), Making a Map of the River (Iris Press,...

  • Joan Murray

    Joan Murray's books include The Same Water (Wesleyan, 1990), winner of the Wesleyan New Poets Series Competition; Looking for the...

  • Maggie Nelson

    Maggie Nelson is the author of eight books of poetry and prose. Her poetry collections include Something Bright, Then Holes...

  • Matthew Nienow

    Matthew Nienow was born in Los Angeles in 1983. He is the author of three chapbooks: The End of the...

  • Donald Platt

    Donald Platt is the author of four volumes of poetry: Dirt Angels (New Issues, 2009), My Father Says Grace (University...

  • Tania Runyan

    Tania Runyan's poems have appeared in dozens of publications, such as Poetry, Atlanta Review, Indiana Review, The Christian Century, Willow...

  • Teresa Scollon

    Teresa Scollon's first book, To Embroider the Ground with Prayer, will be published in 2012 as part of Wayne State...

  • Gary Short

    Gary Short is from Virginia City, Nevada. He is the author of three poetry collections: Theory of Twilight, (Ahsahta Press,...

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