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Olena Kalytiak Davis

Olena Kalytiak Davis (born 1963) is an American poet.[1]

Davis is the author of two poetry collections, most recently, Shattered Sonnets, Love Cards, And Other Off-And-Back Handed Importunities (Tin House Books). Her first book, And Her Soul Out Of Nothing, won the Brittingham Prize (University of Wisconsin Press). Her honors include a 2004 Guggenheim Fellowship in poetry[2] and a 1996 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award in poetry.[3]

Her poems have been published in literary journals and magazines including AGNI,[4] New England Review, Tin House, Poetry Northwest, Michigan Quarterly Review, Field, Indiana Review, Post Road Magazine and in anthologies including Best American Poetry 1995 and Legitimate Dangers: American Poets of the New Century (Sarabande Books).[5]

Davis is a first-generation Ukrainian-American, and she grew up in Detroit. She has lived in San Francisco, Prague, Lviv, Paris, Chicago, and the Yup'ik community of Bethel, Alaska, and currently (?) lives in Anchorage, Alaska. She was educated at Wayne State University, University of Michigan Law School, and Vermont College of Fine Arts.[6] She is also a contributing editor at The Alaska Quarterly Review.

Published works

References

  1. ^ Michigan Poetry - Michigan Poets Past and Present: Olena Kalytiak Davis
  2. ^ John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation > Fellows Finder > Olena Kalytiak Davis
  3. ^ The Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Awards > Past Recipients
  4. ^ By Olena Kalytiak DavisA Small Number > AGNI Online
  5. ^ Legitimate DangersSarabande Books > Catalog >
  6. ^ University of Wisconsin Press > Author Page > Olena Kalytiak Davis

External links

  • > A Review of Davis' workrhubarb is susan
  • atShattered Sonnets, Love Cards, And Other Off-And-Back Handed Importunities Tin House Books
  • Poet Olena Kalytiak Davis Talks About Spring, T.S. Eliot, and WonderoosAmerican Booksellers Association > Bookselling This Week: Features:
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