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Matt Donovan

Matt Donovan (author page at Amazon) is the author of Vellum (Mariner, 2007), which won the 2008 Levis Reading Prize. His poetry or nonfiction have appeared in journals such as Poetry, Black Warrior Review, The Kenyon Review, The Threepenny Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review. He has received a 2011 Rome Fellowship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Pushcart Prize, the recipient of an NEA literature fellowship and a 2010 Whiting Award. He teaches at the College of Santa Fe, where he directs the creative writing department. (updated 10/2012)

AGNI has published the following work by Matt Donovan:

Bessie Smith’s Last Recorded Song
Bullied Into Thoughts About the Body & Desire at the Colorado State Fair
Charlie Chaplin Dug Up & Ransomed: A Prayer
Elegy with Mistakes All through It
Fumbling with a Field Guide on the Back Arroyo Trail
House of the Faun, Pompeii
How Graceland’s Decorator Landed the Gig
Monkey Mind: A Meditative Path to Perfection
Patio Lull with House Guest and View
“Perhaps We Are What We Want to Remember”
Rapture & the Big Bam
Saint Catherine in an O: A Song About Knives
The Scabbard of Limbs Means Flesh
Second Pilgrimage, Rodeo Nites
Thumb Trick
Two Songs About the Work of Hands
Van Gogh's First Sunday Sermon

and read more

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