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Carol Ann Davis

Carol Ann Davis (author page at Amazon), recipient of an NEA Fellowship in Poetry, has prose or poetry forthcoming or recently out in The Georgia Review, The American Poetry Review, and Beloit Poetry Journal. An essay of hers was a 2015 finalist in the Essay & Criticisms category of the National Magazine Awards. Her poetry collections are Atlas Hour (Tupelo, 2011) and Psalm (Tupelo, 2007). A former longtime editor of Crazyhorse, in 2012 she moved to Connecticut, where she teaches in the Fairfield University MFA Program in Creative Writing and edits the literary journal Dogwood. (updated 1/2016)

AGNI has published the following work by Carol Ann Davis:

After 32 Weeks
And a Red Mouth
At Cadoin with Willem at Three
Consolamentum (Vermeer’s The Little Street)
First in the Meadow
I Have Put Your Nest Where I Can See It
In the School of Empty Hands
I Sat in My Little Boat
Let Go
On Practice, School Buses, Hummingbirds, Rumi, and Being Led
Talking to Milosz
Waiting for the Hummingbird

and read more

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