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Poetry: Marie Howe
Marie Howe is the author of three volumes of poetry, The Kingdom of Ordinary Time (2008); The Good Thief (1998); and What the Living Do (1997), and is the co-editor of a book of essays, In the Company of My Solitude: American Writing from the AIDS Pandemic (1994). Stanley Kunitz selected Howe for a Lavan Younger Poets Prize from the American Academy of Poets. She has, in addition, been a fellow at the Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College and a recipient of NEA and Guggenheim fellowships. Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Poetry, Agni, Ploughshares, Harvard Review, and The Partisan Review, among others. Currently, Howe teaches creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College, Columbia, and New York University.
Fiction: Christine Sneed
Christine Sneed's first book, Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry won AWP's 2009 Grace Paley Prize in Short Fiction and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize (first-fiction category). Portraits was chosen as the Chicago Writers' Association Book of the Year in traditionally published fiction and was awarded Ploughshares' Zacharis Prize, which is given annually to a first book by a Ploughshares contributor. Her stories have been published in Best American Short Stories, PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories anthology, The Southern Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, Massachusetts Review, and a number of other journals. Her second book, a novel titled Little Known Facts, will be published in February 2013 by Bloomsbury USA. She teaches creative writing and literature courses for DePaul University, and in the graduate writing programs at Northwestern University and Pacific University.
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