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Lowell Jaeger

Author's Bio

Born and raised in Wausau, Wisconsin. University of Iowa Writers' Workshop grad. Teaches at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Montana. Founding editor of Many Voices Press. Author of seven collections of poems.

Publications and Prizes

Or Maybe I Drift Off Alone (Shabda Press, 2016), Poems Across the Big Sky (2) (Many Voices Press, 2016), Driving the Back Road Home (Shabda Press, 2015), How Quickly What's Passing Goes Past (Grayson Books, 2013), WE (Main Street Rag, 2011), New Poets of the American West (Many Voices Press, 2010), Suddenly Out of a Long Sleep (Arctos Press, 2009), Suddenly Out of a Long Sleep (Arctos Press, 2008), Poems Across the Big Sky (Many Voices Press, 2007), Hope Against Hope (Utah State University Press, 1990), War on War (Utah State University Press, 1988)
Antioch Review, Connecticut Review, Cutbank, High Plains Literary Review, Iowa Review, Mid-American Review, Pacific Review, Poetry, Poetry Flash, Poetry Northwest, Wisconsin Academy Review
NEA Fellowship, Grolier Poetry Peace Prize, Montana Arts Council Fellowship, Montana Governor's Humanities Award

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Listing last updated: August 23, 2016

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