Cheryl Clark Vermeulen


Author's Bio

Cheryl Clark Vermeulen is author of the full-length poetry book They Can Take It Out (Word Works, 2022) and chapbooks Dead-Eye Spring and This Paper Lantern. An M.F.A. graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, she has published poems, translations, and poetry reviews in Caketrain,The Drunken Boat, Jubilat, Tarpaulin Sky, Third Coast, Two Lines, Interim, DIAGRAM, EOAGH, among others, and the anthology Connecting Lines: New Poetry from Mexico. Beyond teaching at MassArt, where she founded the Creative Writing Minor, she is the Poetry Editor at Pangyrus. Her academic interests include poetry, creative writing, the teaching of writing, literary translation, experimental writing, hybrid texts, artist's writing, embodied writing, and literature across the Americas. 

Publications & Prizes

They Can Take It Out (Word Works, 2022)

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American, Feminist, LGBTQ, Other, Scotch-Irish American, White
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Last update: May 12, 2022