Adriana Grant

Somerville, MA
Website: 
adrianagrant.net

Author's Bio

Adriana Grant’s poetry has appeared in many small literary journals. She grew up in small-town New Hampshire, lived in Seattle from 1995 to 2012, and, in early 2012, moved to Somerville, Massachusetts with her sailboat-obsessed husband.

Publications and Prizes

Anthology

Poetry on Wheels: An Anthology of King County's Poetry on Buses Program 1997-2005
(Floating Bridge Press,
2006)

Journal

Diagram
Shampoo
Caketrain
Peaches and Bats
Filter
The Hat
LIT
Monkey Puzzle
No Tell Motel
Stone Canoe
Bird Dog
Prizes: 
Grant won third prize in 3rd bed‘s First Annual Prize for Poetry and Fiction, selected by Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop. Washington State’s Artist Trust has twice awarded grants in support of her writing (2008 and 2005).

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Born in: 
Lexington, VA

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Listing last updated: January 4, 2013.

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