Alyse Knorr

Denver, CO

Author's Bio

Alyse Knorr is the author of Mega-City Redux (Green Mountains Review 2017), Super Mario Bros. 3 (Boss Fight Books 2016), Copper Mother (Switchback Books 2016), and Annotated Glass (Furniture Press Books 2013). She also authored the chapbooks Epithalamia (Horse Less Press 2015) and Alternates (dancing girl press 2014). Her work has appeared in Denver Quarterly, Columbia Poetry Review, The Greensboro Review, storySouth, ZYZZYVA, Caketrain, and The Southern Poetry Anthology: Georgia, among others. She received her MFA from George Mason University. Alyse is a co-founding editor of Gazing Grain Press and teaches English at Regis University.

Publications and Prizes

Annotated Glass
(Furniture Press, 2013)
, Copper Mother
(Switchback Books, 2016)
BARED: Contemporary Poetry and Art on Bras and Breasts
(Les Figues Press, 2016)
, Building Fires in the Snow: An Anthology of Alaskan LGBTQ Short Fiction and Poetry
(University of Alaska Press, 2016)
, The Southern Poetry Anthology Volume V: Georgia
(Texas Review Press, 2012)
Adanna, Alice Blue Review, Avatar Review, Birdfeast, Blood Lotus, Bloom, Boog City, Burntdistrict, Caketrain, Cold Mountain Review, Conclave: A Journal of Character, Counterexample Poetics, Crate, Dark Sky Magazine, Denver Quarterly, Drunken Boat, Elimae, Flycatcher, Gargoyle Magazine, Gertrude, Jet Fuel Review, Kestrel, Lavender Review, Loose Change, Lumina, Minnesota Review, Moria, New Delta Review, OVS Magazine, Paper Darts, Parcel, Portland Review, Puerto del Sol, Redactions, Requited, RHINO, ROAR Magazine, Rock & Sling, Rougarou, Salamander, Sentence, Stone Highway Review, Sugar Mule, Sunsets and Silencers, Sweet: A Literary Confection, Tapestry, The Fiddleback, The Nassau Review, The Stillwater Review, Used Furniture Review, Weave Magazine, Zyzzyva
(Dancing Girl Press, 2013)
, Epithalamia
(Horse Less Press, 2015)
Prizes Won: 
Artist residencies at Millay Colony (2014), Vermont Studio Center (2012), and New York Mills Arts Retreat (2014). First runner-up, Concrete Wolf Chapbook Series, 2011. Honorable Mention, Bethesda Literary Festival Poetry Contest, 2011. Finalist, Center for Book Arts Chapbook Contest, 2012. Finalist, Booth Poetry Contest, 2012. Finalist, Lumina Poetry Contest, 2011.

More Information

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Feminist, G/L/B/T
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Adults, Children, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender, Hospital patients, Naturalists/Environmentalists, People with Disabilities, Seniors, Teachers, Teenagers, Veterans
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Providence, RI
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Last updated: Apr 10, 2017