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Poetry Seminar Alum Featured in Connotation Press
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Poetry Seminar Alum Featured in Connotation Press

Frost Place Poetry Seminar Alum Peter Schireson had two poems featured in Connotation Press. Check out the pieces here. Peter Schireson’s writing has appeared in Quiddity, Hotel Amerika, Painted Bride Quarterly, Pleiades, among others. His chapbook, The Welter of Me & You, won the Coal Hill 2013 Chapbook Prize. He holds an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson … Continue reading

Board Member and Former DPIR Rebecca Foust Featured in Salamander
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Board Member and Former DPIR Rebecca Foust Featured in Salamander

2014 Dartmouth Poet in Residence and current board member Rebecca Foust recently had two poems featured in the fall/winter 2018/2019 issue of Salamander. Read her poem, “Guernica”, here. Rebecca Foust’s books include Paradise Drive, reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement. Recent recognitions include the Cavafy Prize, the James Hearst Poetry Prize, the Lascaux Flash Fiction Prize and the … Continue reading

2018 Conference on Poetry Alumna Leslie Contreras Schwartz Featured in the Missouri Review
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2018 Conference on Poetry Alumna Leslie Contreras Schwartz Featured in the Missouri Review

Leslie Contreras Schwartz, who attended the 2018 Frost Place Conference on Poetry, recently had a piece featured in the Missouri Review. Read “the way a flock of black birds sets off in one large wave” here.   Leslie Contreras Schwartz is a native Texan whose roots go back several generations in Houston and whose family … Continue reading

2013 Conference on Poetry Faculty Daniel Tobin Featured in The New York Times
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2013 Conference on Poetry Faculty Daniel Tobin Featured in The New York Times

2013 COP faculty Daniel Tobin was recently featured in The New York Time’s Best Poetry of 2018. Check out the article and the blurb on his book “Blood Labors” here. Daniel Tobin is the author of five books of poems–Where the World is Made, Double Life, The Narrows, Second Things, and most recently Belated Heavens. His sixth book of poems, The … Continue reading

Frost Place COP Faculty Gabrielle Calvocoressi Featured in The New Yorker
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Frost Place COP Faculty Gabrielle Calvocoressi Featured in The New Yorker

Gabrielle Calvocoressi, who is faculty of The Frost Place Conference on Poetry, recently had a poem featured in The New Yorker. Read “Hammond B3 Organ Cistern” here. GABRIELLE CALVOCORESSI grew up in a family that owned movie theaters in several small towns across the state of Connecticut. She studied at Sarah Lawrence College and earned her … Continue reading