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GRACE BAUER

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GRACE BAUER, a native of Pennsylvania, came to Nebraska by way of New Orleans, Montana, Massachussetts, and Virginia. She is the author of Retreats and Recognitions (Lost Horse Press, 2007), Beholding Eye (CustomWords, 2006) and The Women at The Well (Portals Press, 1997) as well as three chapbooks of poems: Where You've Seen Her (Pennywhistle Press), The House Where I've Never Lived (Anabiosis Press), and Field Guide to the Ineffable: Poems On Marcel Duchamp (Snail's Pace Press). Her poems, stories, and essays have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals, including Arts & Letters, Colorado Review, Doubletake, Margie, Poetry, Rattle, Southern Poetry Review, and others. She has received an Academy of American Poets Prize, Individual Artists Grants from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the Nebraska Arts Council, and Fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center. She is co-editor (with Julie Kane) of Umpteen Ways Of Looking at a Possum: Critical and Creative Responses to Everette Maddox (Xavier Review Press). She has taught at the University of Nebraska — Lincoln since 1994, where she serves as Coordinator of Creative Writing and as a senior book prize reader for Prairie Schooner.



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