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Nicola Waldron

Nicola Waldron was born in England. In 1996, she used the money she was awarded for the U.K.’s Bridport Prize to come to America. Her poems and essays can be found in The Common, Her Kind, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Sonora Review, and Mason's Road, and her work is forthcoming in Your Impossible Voice. Her chapbook, Girl at the Watershed, was published in 2013, and she recently completed a memoir. She teaches creative writing at the University of South Carolina. (8/2014)

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