Poetry. Winner of the Snowbound Series Chapbook Award, selected by Lisa Russ Spaar. A subtle, witty poet finds beauty and solace in household objects. Such material trappings, rather than being entrances to memory and experience (a la Proust), are experiences in and of themselves. Joy Katz was trained in industrial design and was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. She is the author of Fabulae (2003), winner of the Crab Orchard Award; art director of Parnassus; senior editor at Pleiades; and co-editor of the forthcoming Dark Horses: Poets on Overlooked Poems. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches at the New School.
Joy Katz was trained in industrial design. The recipient of a Wallace Stegner fellowship at Stanford and the Nadya Aisenberg fellowship at The MacDowell Colony, she is co-editor with Kevin Prufer of the anthology Dark Horses: Poets on Lost Poems (forthcoming from University of Illinois Press) and a senior editor at Pleiades.Author City: USA