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Scot Siegel

Author's Bio

Scot Siegel's most recent book of poetry is Thousands Flee California Wildflowers (Salmon Poetry, 2012). Siegel lives in Oregon where he works as a town-planning consultant.

Publications and Prizes

Books:
Thousands Flee California Wildflowers (Salmon Poetry, 2012), Skeleton Says (Finishing Line Press, 2010), Untitled Country (Pudding House Publications, 2009), Some Weather (Plain View Press, 2008)
Anthologies:
Alive At The Center (Ooligan Press, 2013), Before We Have Nowhere To Stand (Lost Horse Press, 2011), Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest (University of Washington Press, 2011), Dogs Singing (Salmon Poetry, 2010), Manzanita: Poetry and Prose of the Sierra and Mother Lode (Manzanita Writers Press, 2010), Verseweavers (Oregon State Poetry Association, 2009), Aesthetica Creative Works Annual 2011 (Aesthetica Magazine Ltd., )
Journals:
Acorn, Cirque, Falling Star Magazine, Front Porch Journal, High Desert Journal, MiPOesias, Naugatuck River Review, New Verse News, Nimrod, OCHO, Open Spaces, Poemeleon, Poets and Artists, Red River Review, right hand pointing, San Pedro River Review, Stirring, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, The American Poetry Journal, The Oregonian, tinywords, Touch: The Journal of Healing, Verse Daily, Windfall
Prizes:
Playa Residency Award, 2012. Nimrod International Pablo Neruda Poetry Prize, Honorable Mention, 2012 (Philip Levine, Judge), and Semi-Finalist, 2008. Aesthetica Magazine (UK) Creative Works Contest, Finalist, 2010 and Commendation, 2009. Oregon State Library-Poetry Northwest: 150 Outstanding Oregon Poetry Books. Oregon Poetry Association, First Prize, “Poets Choice”, 2008. Squaw Valley Community of Writers, 2007. Oregon State University Provost’s Literary Award, Honorable Mention, 1990. Richard Chambers Environmental Grant, 1990.

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Listing last updated: April 13, 2014

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