Jerah Chadwick

2000 WoodlandDuluth, MN 55803
Phone: 
(218) 728-4995

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Chapbook: From the Cradle of Storms
(State Street Press,
1990)
Chapbook: The Dream Horse
(Seal Press,
1980)
Story Hunger
(Salmon Publishing,
1999)

Anthology

New Men, New Minds
(Crossing Press,
1986)
Contemporary Art and Writing of the Aleutian Islands
(Penumbra Press,
1983)
The Alaska Reader
(Fulcrum,
2005)
Atomic Ghosts
(Coffee House Press,
1995)
From the Island's Edge
(Gray Wolf Press,
1995)
Season of Dead Water
(Breitenbush Books,
1990)
State Street Reader
(State Street Press,
1990)
INROADS: 27 Alaskan Writers
(University of Alaska Press,
1989)

Journal

Writers' Forum
2014)
Permafrost
2014)
Wilderness
2014)
Northern Review
2014)
Passages North
2014)
Mid-American Review
2014)
New York Quarterly
2014)
Cutbank
2014)
Ice-Floe
2014)
James White Review
2014)
Alaska Quarterly Review
2014)
Bellingham Review
2014)
Crab Creek Review
2014)

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Irish American
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Born in: 
Tacoma, WA
Raised in: 
Tucson, AZ

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Listing last updated: June 26, 2010.

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