Gregory Loselle

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MI 48195-1221

Author's Bio

Since publishing his first work, a play, at the age of eighteen, Gregory Loselle has won four Hopwood Awards at The University of Michigan (in Drama, Long Fiction, Poetry and Essay), where he subsequently earned an MFA, as well as The Ruby Lloyd Apsey Award for Playwriting from the University of Alabama, Birmingham. Two chapbooks, "Phantom Limb," and "Our Parents Dancing," have been published by Pudding House Press, and a third, "The Whole of Him Collected," is coming from Finishing Line Press. He teaches secondary Language Arts and Art History in southeastern Michigan, where he is very, very picky about the differences between 'can' and 'may, 'good' and 'well.'

Publications and Prizes

Journals: 
Alehouse, Ambassador Poetry Project, Comstock Review, Ledge, Oberon, Rattle, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, The Ambassador Poetry Project
Chapbook: 
Our Parents Dancing
(Pudding House Press, 2010)
, Phantom Limb
(Pudding House Publications, 2008)
, The Whole of Him Collected
(Finishing Line Press, 2011)
Prizes Won: 
Hidden River Arts' William van Wert Fiction Award; Academy of American Poets Prize; Jule & Avery Hopwood Award (Major Division Awards for Long Fiction, Poetry, Essay and Drama), Ruby Lloyd Apsey Playwriting Award, Lorian Hemingway Short Fiction Prize, The Robert Frost Award, The Rita Dove Prize for Poetry in Salem College's International Literary Awards.

More Information

Listed as: 
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Adults
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Wyandotte
Raised in: 
Wyandotte, MI
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Last updated: Sep 03, 2011