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Author: Maria Terrone

Maria Terrone is the author of A SECRET ROOM IN FALL (McGovern Award, Ashland Poetry Press), The Bodies We Were Loaned (The Word Works), the chapbook American Gothic, Take 2 (Finishing Line Press), and EYE TO EYE. Her poetry, which has been published in French and Farsi and nominated four times for a Pushcart Award, has appeared in magazines such as Poetry, Ploughshares, Hudson Review, Poetry International, and Crab Orchard Review and in more than 20 anthologies. She is the recipient of the Mathiasen Award; Elinor Benedict Prize in Poetry; Allen Tate Memorial Award; and Willow Review Award in Poetry. Terrone's creative nonfiction has appeared in such publications as Witness, Green Mountains Review, The Common, Briar Cliff Review, Potomac Review, The Evansville Review and Litro (UK). The title essay of her latest book, "At Home in the New World," was based on her piece commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum and performed in several Jackson Heights, Queens, locations for its stillspotting nyc project.

A Secret Room in Fall
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A Secret Room in Fall

Ashland Poetry Press

Poetry. "Whether confronting heavy matters close to home and family, taking in gritty facets of the urban landscape, or bringing to sympathetic light anonymous, mainly female workers in the shadows and giving each her moment of perfectly articulated...

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At Home in the New World
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At Home in the New World

Bordighera Press

Literary Nonfiction. Essays. Italian Studies. "I love this collection of essays by Maria Terrone, an exceptionally talented woman of Italian American ancestry who grew up in Jackson Heights, Queens, with maternal roots firmly established, as she sho...

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Eye to Eye
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Eye to Eye

Bordighera Press

Poetry. Italian American Studies. Women's Studies. "Maria Terrone's poems are simultaneously sensuous and spiritual, earthy and intellectual. Her imagination takes fire from contradiction and complexity. One small image—washing a potato or rearrangi...

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