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Author: Shelley Puhak

Shelley Puhak was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Maryland. She holds an MFA from the University of New Orleans and an MA from the University of Delaware. Her first collection, STALIN IN ARUBA (Black Lawrence/Dzanc), was awarded the Towson Prize for Literature. Her latest collection is GUINEVERE IN BALTIMORE (2013). Her poems have appeared in many journals, including Carolina Quarterly, FIELD, and Ninth Letter. She teaches at Notre Dame of Maryland University, where she is Eichner Professor of Creative Writing.

Guinevere in Baltimore
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Guinevere in Baltimore

The Waywiser Press

Poetry. Selected by Charles Simic as winner of the eighth annual Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, GUINEVERE IN BALTIMORE comprises a sequence of dramatic monologues in which the infamous lovers Guinevere and Lancelot navigate their doomed affair in our o...

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Stalin in Aruba
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Stalin in Aruba

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. STALIN IN ARUBA is a hybrid of poetry and historical fiction, combining careful research with vivid imagery. Poems bring to life a cast of characters gathered from Stalin's inner circle, American suburbia, Nazi Germany, post-Communist Easter...

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