He's the recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.In 2016 he won the Holmes National Poetry Prize from Princeton University. His awards include the Forward Poetry Prize, a Windham Campbell Prize, The Hollis Summers Poetry Prize, The Musgrave Silver Medal, several Pushcart Prizes, the Barnes and Nobles Writers for Writers Award, and an Emmy.
He has published 24 books and is known for his many collaborations with other artists, including , an ekphrastic collaboration with photographer Nathan Lyons, and for his influential teaching.
Often redefining his poetics from book to book, he is the creator of the “Dead Man” and “Dead Man Resurrected” poems, and has been called “ambitious without pretension.” Bell edited poetry for five years for the for Lost Horse Press for five years, a series that published 15 poets, three to a volume.
Award, a Theodore Sturgeon Award, and a Whiting Writers Award.
Her work most often concerns the landscape, literature, mythology, and life of the American West.
“A lot of us, not only women, were looking for a fictional heroine who would be deeply good, brave as a wolverine, never a cry baby, as able as Sacagawea, and with a strong and unapologetic sexuality.” Campbell holds a second degree black belt in Koburyu kobudo, an Okinawan weapons art, and in her spare time tries to train her donkeys, Jack and Don Quixote.
Visit her website and her writer’s life blog, The Bone-Eye.She also serves among the faculty at North Carolina State University. Recently, he has completed a biography of legendary orchestral conductor Harry Rabinowitz, and he is working on a novel about an underground newspaper in Ghent, Belgium, at the time of the 1944 Tour of Flanders bicycle race.Mike lives on the north shore of Lake Winnebago, in Menasha, Wisconsin. , won the 2018 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature Poetry Prize. S., the Caribbean and Europe, has been translated into several languages, and has received such recognition as a Witter Bynner Fellowship from the Library of Congress and an NEA Poetry Fellowship.He is Series Editor of the African Poetry Book Series and Artistic Director of the Calabash International Literary Festival.In 2018, he was elected a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.Debra has published widely, with work included in such journals as Scott Korb graduated from University of Wisconsin in 1997 and relocated to New York not long after.There he earned a degree in Theology from Union Seminary and another in Literature from Columbia University. She holds an MA in Slavic literature and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan, and she teaches in the graduate program for creative writing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has been awarded a Pushcart Prize, two fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts, and a Guggenheim Fellowship.He also designed and taught a summer workshop for teachers from the urban program America SCORES for five years.He is a recipient of The Lamont Award for his first book, Guggenheim and NEA Fellowships, Senior Fulbrights to Yugoslavia and Australia, and awards from The Academy of American Poets and The American Academy of Arts and Letters. He then turned to freelance and moved to Los Angeles to spend the next nine years writing features about all kinds of things, especially celebrities, subcultures, and fringe groups.Jack Driscoll is the author of four books of poems, three collections of short stories, and four novels.In addition, he is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including two NEA Creative Writing Fellowships, the NEH Independent Study Grant, two Pushcart Prizes and Best American Short Story citations, the PEN/Nelson Algren Fiction Award, the Associated Writing Programs Short Fiction Award, and seven PEN Syndicated Project Short Fiction Awards. Gaspar was born and raised in Provincetown, Massachusetts, of Azorean Descent (Pico, Sao Miguel).