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Mr. Er ist Direktor des Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts an der Austin Peay State University à Clarksville, Tennessee. Vaughan Brubaker (2001) is City of Phoenix Office of Culture and the Office of Fine and Fine Arts in Phoenix as Senior Director of Projects for the Promotion of Popular and Cultural Heritage. Mr. Beyreuther is Executive Director of Nightboat Books, an New York City-based freelance literature journal, and a lecturer in Fine and Cultural Studies at the University of Phoenix Online.
2000-year-old Jennifer Chapis has written poetry in journals and scholarly publications, such as The Iowa Review, Colorado Review, McSweeney's on line, Best New Poets and On-line Writing: Ms. Sie erhielt den Florida Review Editor's Prize, den GSU Review Poetry Prize und den Backwards City Poetry Series Prize für ihr Chapterbook The Beekeeper's Department. She has written books for the Colorado Prize, the New Issues Poetry Prize, the Dorset Prize and the Benjamin Saltman Award.
She was presented with her poems for a whole year in 2008 as part of a creative merchandising campaign by the world's biggest aroma and fragrance producer. She is a full-time professor at New York University, receiving the NYU Outstanding Teaching Award and was recently a visiting professor of creative writing at the Königin-Olga-Stift School in Stuttgart.
Jennifer, the editor of Nightboat Books, is living in New York City with her man, the belletrist Josh Goldfaden. This Is Not Your City, Caitlin Horrocks' (2007) first anthology of shorts, won the 2008 Spokane Prize for Shortfiction and is published by the Eastern Washington University Press. The Paris Review, Prairie Schooner, Epoch and other magazines.
Their work has been shortlisted for the best American stories and has received accolades from the Bread Loaf and Sewanee Writers' Conference and the Atlantic Monthly. From 2006-2007 she was Theresa A. Wilhoit Fellow at Arizona State University and is currently Associate Lecturer in Writing at Grand Valley State University, where she teaches literature and creative non-fiction.
Hutchinson (2009) has written and written verse in literature magazines and manuscripts in Canada and the USA. He' s the writer of three volumes of verse, Jonas in Frames: Collins Fellow 2008 by the United States Artists Foundation, Tayari Jones (2000) has written three books. Untelling has received the Lillian C. Smith Award for New Voices from the Southern Regional Council and the University of Georgia Libraries.
The Atlanta Magazine awarded it as "Novel of the Year", the Creative Loafing Atlanta as "Best South Novel of the Year" and the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Washington Post as one of the best novels of 2002. She is a alumnus of Spelman College and the University of Iowa and has lectured at Prairie View A&M University, East Tennessee State University, the University of Illinois and George Washington University.
She is currently an assistant professor in the MFA programme at Rutgers Newark University. The poet Hugh Martin (2012), who served six years in the Army National Guard and eleven month in Iraq, is the creator of The Stick Solders, a volume of poems that won the 2011 A. Poulin Jr. Poetic prize from BOA Editions, Ltd.
Nominated the 2014-15 Emerging Writer Lecturer at Gettysburg College, Martin is the receiver of a Wallace Stegner Fellowship and the Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award from The Iowa Review. He has written poetry for many magazines, such as The Kenyon Review, The American Poetry Review, Crazyhorse and The New Republic. It was Kent State UP who released his chapterbook So, How Was the War?
He is the creator of three full-length collections of poetry: 10 Moons and 13 Horses (University of Nevada Press); Ahsahta Press (Flying Over Sonny Liston (University of Nevada Press), Western States Book Award Winners; and Ahsahta Press (Theory of Twilight). He is a 2008 Pushcart Prize laureate and has also released three chapterbooks.
Lectures : Er lehrte an der University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Old Dominion University und der University of California, Davis. Currently, he leads the Creative Writing Programme at the University of Mississippi. She is the writer of four volumes of poetry: Final of the Sentimental Journey, released by Noemi Press in 2013; Faulkner's Rosary, by Saturnalia Books in 2010; Dummy Fire, who won the 2006 Saturnalia Poetry Prize; and American Spikenard, who won the 2006 Iowa poetry prize.
A NEA Fellowship for poetry receiver, she is co-editor of poems for the Opus 42 on-line magazine and is living in Santa Monica, California with her wife and two children.