Carol Hebald

Author's Bio

A former associate professor of English at University of Kansas, I am the author of the memoir, The Heart Too Long Suppressed (Northeastern University Press, 2001); a novella collection, Three Blind Mice (Unicorn Press, 1989); and more recently, two poetry collections from March Street Press: Spinster by the Sea (2005) and Little Monologs (2004). My short fiction has appeared in North American Review, New Letters, Cottonwood Review, and Texas Quarterly. My poems have been anthologized in Little Brown’s Woman, An Issue, Bantam Books Intro II, and Poems From The Hawkeye State (Iowa State University Press). They have appeared also in Commonweal, Pen International, International Poetry Review, Massachusetts Review, The Humanist, North American Review, Antioch Review, Free Inquiry, Ararat, New Letters and Confrontation. Excerpts from and reviews of my books are on my Web site:

Publications and Prizes

(Turning Point, 2016)
, Little Monologs
(March Street Press, 2004)
, Spinster by the Sea
(March Street Press, 2005)
, The Heart Too Long Suppressed
(Northeastern University Press, 2001)
, Three Blind Mice
(Unicorn Press, 1989)
Antioch Review, Caprice, Commonweal, Confrontation, Humanist, International Poetry Review, Massachusetts Review, New Letters, North American Review, PEN International
(Finishing Line Press, 2015)

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Last updated: Jul 21, 2016