Alphabetical: C

Frances Cannon

            FRANCES CANNON is the Managing Director of Sundog Poetry, as well as a writer, artist, and instructor, currently teaching creative writing and literature courses at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and art and English courses at the Vermont Commons School. She has previously taught at Champlain College, as …

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Mike Chasar

MIKE CHASAR is the author of Poetry Unbound: Poems and New Media from the Magic Lantern to Instagram (2021) and Everyday Reading: Poetry and Popular Culture in Modern America (2012) and co-editor with Heidi R. Bean of Poetry after Cultural Studies (2011). A former Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress and a National Endowment …

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E Yeon Chang

E YEON CHANG is an MFA candidate and Goldwater Fellow at New York University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Nat. Brut, Pleiades, Split Lip, and Honey Literary, among others. She has received multiple nominations for Best of the Net, along with recognition from Palette Poetry’s Emerging Poet Prize, C.V. Starr Research Fund, …

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Allison Adelle Hedge Coke

                ALLISON ADELLE HEDGE COKE’S  honors include: 2021 AWP George Garret Award, Texas Institute of Letters (2021), 2020 Dan and Maggie Inouye Distinguished Chair in Democratic Ideals University of Hawai‘i (also Distinguished Writer, UHM, 2014), 2019 Fulbright Scholar – Montenegro, First Jade Female Poetry Festival Sihui China inaugural …

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Claire Cox

Born in Hong Kong, CLAIRE COX now lives and works in the UK. She is currently a part-time practice-based research student at Royal Holloway, University of London studying poetry and disaster. She was one of the three winning poets featured in Primers: Volume Five (Nine Arches Press, 2020), and has also won the 2020 Wigtown …

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Paul Celan

Poetry International Weblog
“IN MEMORY OF PAUL ELUARD”
“YOU TOO SPEAK”

Merle Collins

Poetry International 15/16
“Somebody walking over my grave”