Emilia Phillips

Richmond, VA 23220
Website: 
emiliaphillips.com

Author's Bio

Emilia Phillips is the author of Signaletics (Univeristy of Akron Press, 2013) and three chapbooks. She serves as the prose editor of 32 Poems and a staff member at the Sewanee Writers' Conference. She has taught creative writing, publishing, and literature at Virginia Commonwealth University and Gettysburg College.

Publications and Prizes

Book

Signaletics
(University of Akron Press, Akron Poetry Series,
2013)

Chapbook

Bestiary of Gall
(Sundress Publications,
2013)
Beneath the Ice Fish Like Souls Look Alike
(Bull City Press,
2014)

Anthology

Bigger Than They Appear: An Anthology of Short Poems
(Accents Publishing,
2012)
The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VI: Tennessee
(Texas Review Press,
2013)

Journal

42opus
Asheville Poetry Review
The Adirondack Review
Indiana Review
Superstition Review
Unsaid
Pedestal Magazine
Conte
Poetry Miscellany
Sycamore Review
The Collagist
Ecotone
Beloit Poetry Journal
Poems & Plays
Gulf Coast
Third Coast
Connecticut River Review
Cimarron Review
Agni
Copper Nickel
Connotation Press
Birmingham Poetry Review
Kenyon Review
Green Mountains Review
Hayden's Ferry Review
Colorado Review
Cerise Press
The Adroit Journal
The Paris-American
Barn Owl Review
Diagram
Mead: The Magazine of Literature & Libations
Harvard Review
The Jet Fuel Review
diode
Sixth Finch
Linebreak
Narrative Magazine
iO: A Journal of New American Poetry
storySouth
Poetry Magazine
Poetry Northwest
Matter
Waxwing Literary Journal
Prizes: 
FELLOWSHIPS: Bread Loaf Writers' Conference (2013); Merida Fellowship, U.S. Poets in Mexico (2013); Zoland Poetry Fellowship, Vermont Studio Center (2012); Levis Fellowship for the Coordination of the Levis Reading Prize, Virginia Commonwealth University (2011–2012). PRIZES: Editor's Choice, 2012 Akron Poetry Prize; The Journal's 2012 Poetry Prize, selected by G.C. Waldrep. HONORS: Second Place, Narrative's 2012 30 Below Contest; Pushcart Nomination from Hayden's Ferry Review; Pushcart Nomination from The Paris-American. SCHOLARSHIPS: Mona van Duyn scholarship, Sewanee Writers' Conference (2011).

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Chattanooga, TN

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Listing last updated: August 6, 2014.

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