Douglas Piccinnini was born in New York City. His writing has appeared in Antioch Review, Diner Journal, The Seattle Review, Lana Turner, NYTimes.com, Verse, The Volta and, The Poetry Project Newsletter—among other publications. He has been awarded residencies by The Vermont Studio Center, Art Farm in Marquette, NE and, The Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia. In 2014, he was selected by Dorothea Lasky as a winner of the Summer Literary Seminars. He is the author of a novella, Story Book (The Cultural Society) and of a book of poems, Blood Oboe (Omnidawn).
Publications and Prizes
BLOOD OBOE (Omnidawn, 2015), Story Book (The Cultural Society, 2015)
Soft (The Cultural Society, 2010)
The Sonnets: Translating and Rewriting Shakespeare (Nightboat Books, 2012)
Abjective, Antioch Review, Aufgabe, Columbia Review, Diner, Fawlt Magazine, Lana Turner: A Journal of Poetry and Opinion, Lyre Lyre, mid)rib, Moonshot Magazine, Ping Pong, Prelude, SoandSo, Supermachine, The Brooklyn Review, The Seattle Review, Vanitas, Verse, VLAK, West Wind Review
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Listing last updated: December 7, 2015