Laura McCullough has four collections of poems, most recently, PANIC, winner of the 2009 Kinereth Genseler Award, and forthcoming from Alice James Press. Laura is now on the Board of AJB, and is the poetry editor for ServingHouse, an online journal. She is a doctoral candidate in the Critical and Creative Writing PhD Program at Bangor Wales. Her critical work focuses on the poetry and essays of Stephen Dunn.
Publications and Prizes
Panic (Alice James Books, 2011), SPEECH ACTS (Black Lawrence Press, 2010), WHAT MEN WANT (XOXOX Press, 2009), The Dancing Bear (Open Book Press, 2006)
Women and Other Hostages (Amsterdam Press, 2011), ELEPHANT ANGER (Mudlark, 2007)
American Poetry Review, Atomic Petals, Blue Fifth Review, Boulevard, Confluence, Edison Literary Review, Exquisite Corpse, Faultline, Forklift, Ohio, Guernica, Gulf Coast, Hotel Amerika, Iron Horse Literary Review, Jabberwock Review, Kalliope, Monkey Bicycle, New South Review, Night Sun, Nimrod, Paterson Literary Review, Pieran Springs, Poetry East, Poetry Motel Wallpaper, Portland Review, Prairie Schooner, Segue, Slant: A Journal of Poetry, Softblow, Steel Point Quarterly, Stirring, The God Particle, The Potomac, Tusculum Review, Whimperbang, Whiskey Island, White Pelican Review
Kenereth Genseler Award, Alice James Books, PANIC
Flip Kelly Prize, 2nd, Amsterdam Press, WOMEN AND OTHER HOSTAGES
Two time Fellow for the NJ State Council on the Arts