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Author: Magdalena Zurawski

Magdalena Zurawski is the author of BEING HUMAN IS AN OCCULT PRACTICE (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2020), the novel The Bruise, which won the Ronald Sukenick Award from FC2 in 2008 and a LAMBDA literary award in 2009, and the collection of poems COMPANION ANIMAL, which was published by Litmus Press in 2015 and won a Norma Faber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. THE TINIEST MUZZLE SINGS SONGS OF FREEDOM (Wave Books, 2019) is her most recent poetry collection. Her poem/essay Don't Be Scared is available as a chapbook from The Operating System. As an undergraduate Magdalena studied with poets Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop, C.D. Wright, and Peter Gizzi. She has lived in Berlin, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Durham, NC where she ran the Minor American Reading Series. She is currently Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Georgia, where she directs the Creative Writing Program.

Being Human Is an Occult Practice
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Being Human Is an Occult Practice

Ugly Duckling Presse

Literary Nonfiction. Essay. In the essay BEING HUMAN IS AN OCCULT PRACTICE, Zurawski argues that studying and sharing literature can function as a means of enriching the impoverished definition of "human" created by capitalist social relations. Begi...

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Companion Animal
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Companion Animal

Litmus Press

Poetry. LGBTQIA Studies. Winner of the 2016 Norma Farber First Book Award. In her debut full-length poetry collection COMPANION ANIMAL, Magdalena Zurawski delivers poems as distilled acts of reckoning, always engaged with the question: what could po...

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The Tiniest Muzzle Sings Songs of Freedom
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The Tiniest Muzzle Sings Songs of Freedom

Wave Books

Poetry. LGBTQIA Studies. Taking readers from suburban carports to wintry Russian novels, from summer tomato gardens to the sublime interiors of presleep thoughts, Magdalena Zurawski's poems anchor the complexities of our interconnected world in the ...

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