Helen Vitoria

Effort, PA 18330
Phone: 
484-221-3592
E-mail: 
Website: 
www.helenvitoria.com/

Author's Bio

Helen Vitoria’s work can be found and is forthcoming in: The Offending Adam, PANK, The Awl, Ping Pong Journal, Rougarou, Gargoyle, Barn Owl Review, The Baltimore Review, Dark Sky Magazine, GRIST, Pebble Lake Review and many others. She is the author of nine poetry chapbooks, a poetry pamphlet from Greying Ghost Press, a full length poetry collection, Corn Exchange (Wild Chestnut Press, 2013 and ALWAYS, a collaborative ekphrastic book of poetry and photographs from Curbside Splendor,Concepción Books, 2013. Her poems have been nominated for Best New Poets & the Pushcart Prize. She edits THRUSH Poetry Journal & THRUSH Press.

Publications and Prizes

Chapbook

The Sights and Sounds of Arctic Birds
(Gold Wake Press,
2011)
Random Cartography Notes
(Gold Wake Press,
2011)
BLACKWATER: A PNEUMATIC DISTURBANCE
(Red Ochre Press,
2011)
Rimbaud Redux
(The Red Ceilings Press,
2012)
Suicides, Watercolors & Paris
(Artistically Declined,
2012)

Journal

The Dirty Napkin
The Cartier Street Review
Pank
Wicked Alice
The Scrambler
Tiger's Eye
Lehigh Valley Literary Review
The Orange Room Review
Gigantic Sequins
The Dirty Napkin
Sunfish Poetry Magazine
Monkey Bicycle
Spooky Boyfriend
Thirteen Myna Birds
right hand pointing
The Literary Bohemian
Ginosko Literary Journal
The Literary Burlesque
MiPOesias
Elimae
Metazen
Dogzplot
Mud Luscious
Barn Owl Review
Baltimore Review
Grist
Eleven Eleven
Pebble Lake Review
Hobart
Elimae
Gargoyle Magazine
Ping Pong
Prizes: 
Two Pushcart Prize Nominations, 2012 - Three Nominations, Best New Poets Anthology, 2010 - Pushcart Nomination, 2013

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
Greek
Raised in: 
NY

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Listing last updated: November 26, 2013.

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