Ivy Page

32 Linsey LnWarren, NH 03279
www.poeticentanglement.com, ovsmag.com, www.imedits.com

Author's Bio

Check out Ivy Page's first book of poetry "Any Other Branch" (Salmon Poetry) 2013. It sold out during the Boston AWP! You can purchase your copy now at, <a href="http://www.salmonpoetry.com/details.php?ID=284&a=234" target="_blank">Salmon Poetry</a>. Her second book, "Elemental" (Salmon Poetry) has also been accepted for publication. Ivy Page lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her husband and two daughters. Ivy graduated from Plymouth State University with a BA in English and minor in Medieval Studies, and went on to complete her MFA in Creative Writing with a focus on Poetry at New England College. She teaches creative, professional, and academic writing, history and communications for Plymouth State University, and Granite State College. You can also work with Ivy at D Acres in Dorchester New Hampshire where she runs the Writing Group.

Publications and Prizes


Any Other Branch
(Salmon Poetry (Ireland),
(Salmon Poetry (Ireland),


Knocking at the Door: Approaching the Other
(Write Bloody Publishing,
La Patasola Female Writers Anthology (East coast edition)
(Caper Literary Journal,


Night Train
New Plains Review
Underground Voices
Boston Literary Magazine
Houston Literary Review
November 3rd Club
The Smoking Poet
Snow Monkey
Foundling Review
Oak Bend Review
decomP magazinE
Writers' Bloc
Tidal Basin Review
Grey Sparrow Journal
vox poetica
Tygerburning Literary Journal
Midwest Literary Magazine
Poetry Quarterly
The Stray Branch
Inertia Magazine
Compass Rose
Short, Fast and Deadly
Yes, Poetry
Winner, Centripetal Editor’s Choice Award in the 10th Edition of Centripetal for her Micro-fiction piece, "Schizophrenia." Winner, Caroline Soucie Scholarship

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Milledgeville, GA

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Listing last updated: March 14, 2013.

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