Membership

Criteria for P@W Membership

To become a member of Poets at Work, the poet should have:

  • Published at least 1 chapbook book of poetry by an established press (not self-published). OR
  • Have an MFA in Poetry or a related field. OR
  • Have at least 5 poems published in established literary magazines.
  • Any Magazine Editor or Poetry Press may also join.

Poets At Work Membership

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2 responses to Membership

  1. Katherine Soniat request membership (see below):

    Professional Experience:

    2009-14 Instructor, Great Smokies Writers Program, UNC/Asheville
    1996-2008 Associate Professor of English, Emeritus, Virginia
    Polytechnic Institute and State University
    1991-1993 Assistant Professor of English, Virginia Polytechnic
    Institute and
    State University
    1989-1991 Assistant Professor of English, Hollins University, Roanoke, Va.
    1984-1989 Instructor of English, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
    State University
    1983-1984 Instructor of English, University of New Orleans
    1981-1984 New Orleans Poetry-in-the Schools Program

    Published and forthcoming collections of poems:

    Bright Stranger, Baton Rouge, La: forthcoming Louisiana State University Press, Spring, 2016.

    The Goodbye Animals, Turtle Island Quarterly Chapbook Award,
    Foot Hills Press, Rochester, NY, December, 2014.

    A Raft, A Boat, A Bridge. Aptos, California: Dream Horse Press, fall, 2012.

    The Swing Girl. Baton Rouge, La. : Louisiana State University Press, 2011.

    The Fire Setters. Madison,N.J.: The Literary Review/Web del Sol
    On-line Chapbook Series. 2003. Reissued 2012.

    Alluvial. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Bucknell University Press, 2001.

    A Shared Life. Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 1995.
    Winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize.

    Cracking Eggs. Orlando, Fla.: The University of Central Florida Press, 1990.

    Winter Toys. Maryville, Mo.: The Green Tower Press, 1989. A chapbook.

    Notes of Departure. Camden, N.J.: The Walt Whitman Center for the Arts and Humanities, 1985. The Camden Poetry Prize.

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