Jorie Graham

Harvard University Department of English12 Quincy St.Cambridge, MA 01238
Website: 
www.joriegraham.com

Author's Bio

<b>Teaching Experience</b>: Harvard University, 1998-present<br> Department of English & American Literature<br> Boylston Chair of Rhetoric and Oratory</p> University of Iowa, 1983-1998<br> Director of Writers' Workshop, Poetry<br> Professor of English</p> Columbia University, 1982-83<br> Visiting Lecturer</p> The Radcliffe Institute, 1982-83<br> Visiting Poet</p>

Publications and Prizes

Book

Sea Change
(Ecco Press,
2008)
Overlord
(Ecco Press,
2005)
Never
(Ecco Press,
2002)
Swarm
(Ecco Press,
2000)
The Errancy
(Ecco Press,
1997)
The Dream of the Unified Field
(Ecco Press,
1997)
Materialism
(Ecco Press,
1993)
Region of Unlikeness
(Ecco Press,
1991)
The End of Beauty
(Ecco Press,
1987)
Erosion
(Princeton University Press,
1983)
Hybrids of Plants and Ghosts
(Princeton University Press,
1980)
All Things
(University of Iowa Press,
2002)
Earth Took of Earth
(Ecco Press,
1996)
The Best American Poetry 1990
(Collier Books,
1990)
P L A C E
(Ecco Press,
2012)
Prizes: 
Nonino International Prize, 2013</p> Forward Prize (UK), 2012</p> Lannan Foundation Grant, 1998</p> Chancellor, Academy of American Poets, 1997-2003</p> Pulitzer Prize in Poetry, 1996</p> Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Teaching Fellowship, 1994</p> Morton Zaubel Award, Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1992</p> John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship, 1990</p> Whiting Foundation Award, 1986</p> National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1984</p> Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, 1983</p> Radcliffe Institute/Bunting Fellowship, 1982</p> Great Lakes Association Award for best first book, 1982</p> Ingram-Merrill Foundation Grant, 1981</p>

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Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes

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