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Conference on Poetry and Teaching Associate Director Kerrin McCadden to be Published in Ploughshares

“Losing” by Kerrin McCadden will be published in the Winter 2019-20 issue of Ploughshares. Ploughshares is an award-winning journal of new writing, and  the Winter 2019-20 Issue, edited by Editor-in-chief Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles, features poetry and prose by Nick Arvin, Sallie Tisdale, Tony Hoagland, Gretchen Henderson, and Gail Mazur as well as Megan Pinto, Richie Hofmann, Daneen Wardrop, Jennifer Knox, Eric Burger, Keith Leonard, Jim Whiteside, Jim Daniels, Maggie Millner, Conor Bracken, Gabriel Welsch, Catie Rosemurgy, Malachi Black, Chelsea B. DesAutels, Traci Brimhall, Esther Lin, Grady Chambers, Barbara Tran, Courtney Faye Taylor, Stephen Browning, Claire Sibley, Lynne Thompson, Janan Alexandra, Kerrin McCadden, Erin Adair-Hodges, Emily Hoffman, Amelie Meltzer, Mark Winegardner, Daryl Farmer, Owen Good, Aurelie Sheehan, Diana Spechler, Kai Maristed, Katherine Sharpe, and Beulah Amsterdam.

Kerrin McCadden is the author of Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes (winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize and the Vermont Book Award) and Keep This to Yourself (winner of the Button Poetry Prize, forthcoming). A National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellow and recipient of the Sustainable Arts Writing Award, her poems have appeared in Best American Poetry, Poem-a-Day, and recently in American Poetry Review, Los Angeles Review, New England Review, and elsewhere. She lives in South Burlington, Vermont.

You can find more information and updates about Ploughshares on their website.

For more information about The Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching, please visit us here.

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