Chase Dimock

Poet

North Hollywood, CA

Author's Bio

Chase Dimock lives among mountain lions and coyotes in an undisclosed location between Laurel Canyon and the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles. He serves as the Managing Editor of As It Ought To Be Magazine and makes his living teaching literature and writing at College of the Canyons. His debut book of poetry, Sentinel Species, was published in 2020 by Stubborn Mule Press. His poetry has been published in Waccamaw, Hot Metal Bridge, Faultline, Roanoke Review, New Mexico Review, and Flyway among others. He holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Illinois and his scholarship in World Literature and LGBT Studies has appeared in College Literature, Western American Literature, Modern American Poetry, The Lambda Literary Review, and several edited anthologies.

Publications & Prizes

Book:
Sentinel Species (Stubborn Mule Press, 2020)
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Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment
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New Mexico Review
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Northridge Review
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Plainsongs
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Last update: Jun 25, 2021