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2007 News for Guernica Poets

December 31, 2007

Erica Wright

Kazim Ali began writing a regular column for American Poetry Review.

Herman Asarnow’s Glass-Bottom Boat was published by Higganum Hill Books.

Peg Boyers’ Honey with Tobacco was published by the University of Chicago Press.

Oni Buchanan’s “Spring” was selected by Mark Doty as the winner of the National Poetry Series Open Competition. The collection will be published by the University of Illinois Press next year.

Mark Doty’s Dog Years: A Memoir was published by HarperCollins.

Ian Fairley’s translation of Paul Celan’s Snow Part was published by Sheep Meadow Press.

Monica Ferrell’s Beasts for the Chase was selected by Jane Hirschfield for the 2007 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry. The collection will be published by Sarabande Books next year.

Paul Kane’s Work Life was published by Turtle Point Press.

Lilah Hegnauer was runner up for the 2007 Astraea Lesbian Writers Award.

Robert Pinsky’s Gulf Music was published by FSG.

Robin Beth Schaer’s poem “The Linger” was included in the Best New Poets of 2007.

Tracy K. Smith’s second collection, Duende, was published by Graywolf Press.

Aaron Smith was a 2007 Fellow in Poetry from the New York Foundation for the Arts.

Terese Svoboda won the 2007 Graywolf Nonfiction Prize for Black Glasses Like Clark Kent.

Craig Teicher’s Brenda Is in the Room, and Other Poems was chosen by Paul Hoover for the 2007 Colorado Prize for Poetry and published by the Center for Literary Publishing.

Tung Hui Hu’s Mine was published by Ausable Press.

In 2008, also look for new collections from Kazim Ali, Mark Bibbins, Paula Bohince, Mark Doty, Kim Hyesoon (translated by Don Mee Choi), and George Szirtes.

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