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Tim Trace Peterson

Author's Bio

Tim Trace Peterson is a poet, editor, and scholar, the author of Since I Moved In (Chax Press) and Violet Speech (2nd Avenue Poetry). Peterson is Editor/Publisher of EOAGH, and co-editor of Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics (Nightboat Books) as well as the forthcoming Gil Ott: Collected Poems (Chax Press). From 2009-2012 Peterson curated the TENDENCIES: Poetics & Practice talks series at CUNY Graduate Center.

Publications and Prizes

Since I Moved In (Chax Press, 2007)
Transfeminism & Literature, Vol 2: with work from T.L. Cowan, Joy Ladin, Tim Trace Peterson (Belladonna Books, 2012), Violet Speech (2nd Avenue Poetry, 2011), Trinkets Mashed into a Blender (Faux Press, 2005), CUMULUS (Portable Press at yo-yo labs, 2003)
2nd Avenue Poetry, Antennae, Anthology of New England Writers, Aufgabe, Colorado Review, Cue: A Journal of Prose Poetry, Eratio Poetry Journal, Five Fingers Review, Marsh Hawk Review, OCHO, Sonora Review, Spiral Orb, Transgender Tapestry
The 2007 Gil Ott Award (selected by Charles Alexander, Eli Goldblatt, Nathaniel Mackey, and Myung Mi Kim) The 2002 Robert Penn Warren Award (selected by John Ashbery) for the Anthology of New England Writers

Tim Trace Peterson Resume

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Listing last updated: February 1, 2013

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