Craig Blais

Tallahassee, FL
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Website: 
www.craigblais.com

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

About Crows
(University of Wisconsin Press,
2013)

Journal

Hayden's Ferry Review
Bellingham Review
The Pinch
Sentence
Spoon River Poetry Review
Interim
Good Foot
Nashville Review
Bateau
The Moth
Antioch Review
Barrow Street
New Orleans Review
Anti-
Poetry Daily
New Welsh Review
Laurel Review
Prizes: 
Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry, 2013 Florida Book Award - Gold Medal, AWP Intro Journals Award, Academy of American Poets University Prize, Best New Poets 2007

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Listed as:
Poet
Born in: 
Springfield, MA

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