Kendall Dunkelberg is Director of Creative Writing at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi, where he also directs the Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium and is Professor of English, teaching Creative Writing, World Literature, and Twentieth-Century Poetry. He earned his BA in English / Creative Writing from Knox College, and his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Texas at Austin. A selection from his dissertation, a translation of the collected poems of the Belgian poet, Paul Snoek, was published by Green Integer Press in 2000 as Hercules, Richelieu, and Nostradamus. His first collection of poetry, Landscapes and Architectures, was published by Florida Literary Foundation Press in 2001. He has published poems and translations widely in literary magazines, including guest editing and translating for a special issue of The Literary Review on Recent Dutch and Flemish Writing in 1997.
Publications and Prizes
Time Capsules (Texas Review Press, 2009), Landscapes and Architectures (Florida Literary Foundation Press, 2001)
A Summer's Reading, Big Muddy, Big Two-Hearted, Birmingham Poetry Review, Black Fly Review, Cornfield Review, Eratica, Farmer's Market, Fresh Ground, Literary Review, Modern Poetry in Translation, Osiris, Oyez Review, Poet's Edge, Poetry Southeast, POMPA, Skylark Magazine, Slipstream, Snow Apple, Texas Review, Valley Voices
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Listing last updated: October 4, 2015