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Derek Williams

Author's Bio

A student of America’s shorthand history, Derek JG Williams grew up studying comic books and the backs of baseball cards. His writing has been featured at venues throughout the country and been published widely both in print and on the web. He's currently an MFA candidate at UMass, Boston.

Publications and Prizes

Anthologies:
Best New Poets 2013 Anthology (University of Virginia Press, 2013)
Journals:
Amethyst Arsenic, Bellingham Review, Cutbank, H_NGM_N, Knockout Literary Magazine, Lumina, Main Street Rag, Nailed Magazine, New Ohio Review, OVS Magazine, Palooka, Radius, Redivider, RHINO, Salamander, Spoonful, The Cortland Review, The Inman Review, The November 3rd Club, The Quotable, Union Station Magazine, White Whale Review
Performances:
Breakwater Reading Series @ Brookline Booksmith (2014), Mr. Hip Reading Series @ UForge Gallery (2014), OVS Magazine AWP Reading @ Berkley College (2013), Danny's Tavern (2012), Lorem Ipsum Books (2012), The Marliave (2012), Blue (2011), Emerson College (2011), Lily Pad (2011), Midway Cafe (2011), Brandeis University (2010), Cantab Lounge (2010), Outpost 186 (2010), Ralph's Rock Diner (2010), The Stone Church (2010), Nuyorican Poets Café (2009)
Prizes:
* Semi-finalist, 2014 Vinyl 45 Chapbook Contest * Finalist, 2013 Organic Weapons Arts David Blair Memorial Chapbook Prize * Runner-up, 2012 International Reginald Shepherd Memorial Poetry Prize *

Derek Williams Resume

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Listing last updated: July 8, 2014

More Information

Listed as:
Poet, Spoken Word Artist
Gives readings?
Yes
Travels for readings?
Yes
Identifies as:
English American
Prefers to work with:
Any
Fluent in:
English
Born in:
New Britain, CT
Raised in:
Bristol, CT

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