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TED GENOWAYS

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Lincoln poet TED GENOWAYS is the author several chapbooks of poetry and a full-length collection, Bullroarer (Northeastern University Press, 2001). His poems have appeared in DoubleTake, New England Review, Ploughshares, and he won the Guy Owen Prize from Southern Poetry Review in 1997 and 1998. He is a 1994 graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan, holds an MA in poetry from Texas Tech, where he taught creative writing, and the MFA from the University of Virginia (1999). Among his awards are the Henry Hoyns Fellowship in Poetry (University of Virginia, 1997) and the Associated Writing Programs Intro Award (1995). His collection Under Another Sky was a finalist for the 1997 Yale Series of Younger Poets Award. And he is the 2002 winner of the Natalie Ornish Poetry Award and the Samuel French Morse Poetry Prize (for Bullroarer). He is editor of Burning the Hymnal: The Uncollected Poems of William Kloefkorn (1994) and is the founding editor of the literary magazine Meridian. He is the editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review.



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