Poetry. Winner of the 2016 Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize. THE GUNNYWOLF, Megan Snyder-Camp's third collection of poems, takes its title from an obscure folk tale about a wolf that scares little girls for their songs. Aiming to articulate what has been hiding in plain sight, Snyder-Camp considers whiteness, environmental racism, the Baltimore protests, mothering, and the everyday wilderness of modern-day life; her poem sequence is a necessary and bold venture into the most pressing issues of our times.
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Megan Snyder-Camp is the author of WINTERING (Tupelo Press, 2016), THE GUNNYWOLF (Bear Star Press, 2016), and THE FOREST OF SURE THINGS (Tupelo Press, 2010). Her poetry has appeared in such magazines as The Antioch Review, The Southern Review, Ecotone and FIELD. She has received support from the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, Djerassi, the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, the 4Culture Foundation, Willapa AiR, the Richard Hugo House, and Hypatia-in-the-Woods. She lives in Seattle.Author City: SEATTLE, WA USA