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Author: Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

Lillian-Yvonne Bertram is an assistant professor in the Department of English at the University of Massachusetts- Boston, where she teaches in the UMass Boston MFA in Creative Writing Program. She has previously taught at St. Lawrence University, Ithaca College, and Williams College. She was recently named the new director of the Chautauqua Institution Writers' Festival. She is the author of the poetry collections TRAVESTY GENERATOR (Noemi Press, 2019), PERSONAL SCIENCE (Tupelo Press, 2017); a slice from the cake made of air (Red Hen Press 2016); and But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise (Red Hen Press, 2012), chosen by Claudia Rankine as the winner of the 2010 Benjamin Saltman Award. Bertram's other publications include the chapbook cutthroat glamours (Phantom Books, 2012), winner of the Phantom Books chapbook award; the artist book Grand Dessein (commissioned by Container Press), a mixed media artifact that meditates on the work and writing of the artist Paul Klee and was recently acquired by the Special Collections library at St. Lawrence University; and Tierra Fisurada, a Spanish poetry chapbook published in Argentina (Editoriales del Duende, 2002). She collaborated with the artist Laylah Ali for the exhibition booklet of her 2017 art show The Acephalous Series.

Personal Science
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Personal Science

Tupelo Press

Poetry. July Open Reading Selection. What happens when the imagined life and the stories we tell ourselves become terrifying, given our human ability to inhabit both mental and physical worlds? Bertram's third full-length collection pivots on an ext...

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Travesty Generator
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Travesty Generator

Noemi Press

Poetry. African & African American Studies. Longlisted for the 2020 National Book Award in Poetry. Like a ghost in the machine, TRAVESTY GENERATOR remixes programming codes and turns them to ruminate on the intersections of race and gender. Rhythmic...

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