Nick Courtright

5403 Claymoor Drive
Austin, TX 78723

Author's Bio

Nick Courtright is the author of Punchline (Gold Wake Press), a National Poetry Award finalist called "nothing short of a knockout" by Boston Review editor Timothy Donnelly. His writing has appeared in The Southern Review, Massachusetts Review, Kenyon Review Online, and The Iowa Review, among many others, as well as in a chapbook, Elegy for the Builder’s Wife (Blue Hour Press). An Akron native, he now lives in Austin, where he’s Interviews Editor of the Austinist, and teaches English, Humanities, and Philosophy. Find him on the internet at nickcourtright.com.

Publications and Prizes

Books: 
Punchline
(Gold Wake Press, 2012)
Journals: 
American Poetry Journal, Anti-, Astropoetica, Barrelhouse, Beloit Poetry Journal, Boston Review, Caketrain, Cincinnati Review, Connecticut Review, Court Green, Denver Quarterly, Diagram, Flyway, Georgetown Review, GHOTI, Gulf Coast, Harpur Palate, Identity Theory, Inkwell, Iowa Review, Kenyon Review, Lilies & Cannonballs, New Orleans Review, Ninth Letter, Parthenon West Review, Pebble Lake Review, Phoebe, Portland Review, Quarterly West, Redivider, Salamander, Siren, The Florida Review, The Laurel Review, The Literary Review, The Massachusetts Review, The Southern Review, Third Coast, Verse Daily, Zone 3
Chapbook: 
Elegy for the Builder's Wife
(Blue Hour Press, 2010)

More Information

Listed as: 
Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Akron
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Last updated: Jun 27, 2012