Caleb Curtiss

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Author's Bio

Caleb Curtiss is the author of A Taxonomy of the Space Between Us, which won the Black River Chapbook Competition and will be published by Black Lawrence Press in 2015. His poetry has appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Passages North, New England Review, DIAGRAM, The Literary Review, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere. He lives in Champaign, IL where he edits poetry for HOBART, co-organizes and curates the Pygmalion Literary Festival, and teaches high school English.

Publications and Prizes

Chapbook

A Taxonomy of the Space Between Us
(Black Lawrence Press,
2015)

Journal

New England Review
The Literary Review
Redivider
Weave Magazine
Pank
Hobart
Hobart
Hayden's Ferry Review
Tar River Poetry
THRUSH Poetry Journal
TriQuarterly
Passages North
Diagram
American Short Fiction
Sundog Lit
Gigantic Sequins
Quiddity International Literary Journal
Green Mountains Review
Prizes: 
Weave Poetry Award; Folger Adam Jr. Prize for Poetry; 2013 Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship Finalist; Fall 2013 Black River Chapbook Competition

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, At Risk Youth, Prisoners, Teachers
Fluent in: 
English

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Listing last updated: May 14, 2014.

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