Poetry. "The haunting poems in DRIVING MONTANA, ALONE are in physical and spiritual motion"—Connie Wanek. "Phillips offers her readers a series of gritty, pastoral, elegiac poems. Her radiantly distilled meditations are uncompromising, direct, and beautiful"—Denise Duhamel.
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Katie Phillips lived in Montana before moving to a suburb of Chicago. Her poems have been published in Cider Press Review, The Raintown Review, White Pelican Review, and elsewhere. She won the 2010 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Competition with her collection DRIVING MONTANA, ALONE and was also a finalist in the 2009 SHP Chapbook Competition, Byline Magazine's 2006 Silver Anniversary Chapbook Contest, and for a 2006 Illinois Arts Council Grant. She has studied with Eamon Grennan and Joyce Sutphen. Author City: GENEVA, IL USA