Kimberley Ann Rogers is from Northampton, MA. She earned her B.A. in English from Smith College and worked with Ellen Watson and Annie Boutelle at the Poetry Center. She is an MFA candidate in Poetry at Drew University. Kim is the recipient of several creative writing and poetry awards, including the Rosemary Thomas Poetry Prize for her manuscript “Into the Wild Vermillion” and her work has been published in several local and national magazines, including "American Writing," "The Equinox 2008" and "The Naugatuck River Review." She teachespoetry and ceative writing to pregnant and mothering teens at The Care Center and is editor of its journal "Nautilus II." She is a contributing editor for the online journal: "Oscillation: Art and Poetry in Motion" (founder and ed. Lea Banks) and serves on the Advisory Board for nationally acclaimed Collected Poets Series(Curator Lea Banks). She lives in Easthampton, MA
Publications and Prizes
American Poetry Journal, American Writing, Equinox, Frisson, Labyris, Naugutuck River Review, Silkworm
The Ethel Olin Corbin Prize for Poetry.
The Mary Augusta Jordan Prize for Poetry.
The Rosemary Thomas Poetry Prize.
Pulp City Short Story Prize.
The Elizabeth Wanning Harries Prize.
What I'm Reading Now:
Little Boat by Jean Valentine, All of Me by Lea Banks, The Demon and the Angel by Edward Hirsch, The Way Into Tikkun Olam: Reparing the world by Rabbi Elliot N. Dorf, PHD, THE COLLECTED POEMS OF LYNDA HULL by LYNDA HULL
We Live in Bodies , Not Wanted on The Voyage by Timothy Findley, Moomintrolls. The TEmpest, Richard III, Villette, Infloresence, The Aweful Rowing Towards God, Ariel, Wilderness by Jim Morrison, To Kill a Mockingbird, Source, My ALexandria, Gloryland,Otherwise,
Elizabeth Bishop, Anne Sexton, ELlen DOre Watson, Mark Doty, Sarah HAnnah, Eleanor Wilner, writers and redactors of the biblical stories
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Listing last updated: July 27, 2009
Travels for readings?
Irish American, Native American
Prefers to work with:
Adults, At Risk Youth, Children, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender, Homeless people, Hospital patients, Mentally Ill, People with Disabilities, Prisoners, Teenagers