Poetry. Asian American Studies. Selected by Judge Denise Duhamel for the Hilary Tham Capital Collection. In IMMERSION, Wolf juxtaposes the intimate and the global in poems about adoption, identity, commitment, resilience, and the fate of our sumptuous, violent world. Says Duhamel, "Michele Wolf's IMMERSION is a complex, gorgeous, important book of poetry."
Michele Wolf is the author of IMMERSION (The Word Works, 2011), CONVERSATIONS DURING SLEEP, winner of the Anhinga Prize for Poetry, and The Keeper of Light, which received the Painted Bride Quarterly Poetry Chapbook Series award. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The Hudson Review, Boulevard, North American Review, and many other literary journals and anthologies. She serves as a contributing editor for Poet Lore. Among her honors are an Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award and fellowships from Yaddo, the Edward F. Albee Foundation, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Maryland. She teaches at The Writer's Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Author City: GAITHERSBURG, MD USA