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MICHAEL CATHERWOOD

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MICHAEL CATHERWOOD is a Nebraskan and a graduate of the MFA program at the University of Arkansas — Fayetteville, where he taught for four years. He's been published in the AGNI, Black Warrior Review, Borderlands, CQ, The Georgetown Review, Hawai'i Review, Kansas Quarterly, Mankato Poetry Review, Midwest Quarterly, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Kimera, Nebraska English Journal, Nebraska Review, Plainsongs (for which he serves as an essayist), and elsewhere. He is the author of the collection Dare (The Backwaters Press, 2006). He graduated from the University of Nebraska — Omaha with a BFA, working full-time as a truck driver for fourteen years, attending school at night until he received his degree. He has won an Intro Award in Poetry from AWP and the Holt Prize in Poetry. In 1994 he was one of fourteen national finalists for the Ruth Lily Collegiate Fellowship. He has also won the Lily Peter Fellowship from the University of Arkansas and was a finalist for the Pig Iron Press Poetry Book Award. He teaches English at Creighton University.



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