Corinna German


Laurel, MT

Author's Bio

Corinna German writes creative nonfiction and poetry with the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness of Wyoming and Montana over her shoulder. Her work has appeared in Blood, Water, Wind, and Stone: An Anthology of Wyoming Writers (Sastrugi Press), Manifest West: Women of the West (Western Press Books), Spectral Lines: Poems about Scientists (Alternating Current Press), NatureWriting magazine, Haiku Journal, A Quiet Courage: Journal of Micro-fiction and Poetry, High Plains Register, Frontier Tales, True Chili Literary, Red Coyote Literary, and Oakwood. She has nonfiction work forthcoming in Deep Beauty book project (Woodhall Press), poetry in Deep Wild Journal: Writing from the Backcountry, and the 2019 issue of High Plains Register. 

Publications & Prizes

Spectral Lines: Poems about Scientists (Alternating Current Press, 2019)
Manifest West: Women of the West (University Press of Colorado, 2017)
A Quiet Courage
Bonsai Journal
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High Plains Register
Red Coyote
Prizes won: 

Western Horizon Award - June 2018


3rd Place in Western Writers of America's "Tweet Us a Western Contest" - Dec 2017


2nd Place in Nonfiction - Wyoming Writers Inc. Contest - June 2016

Personal Favorites

Favorite authors: 
Poets: Jim Harrison, James Dickey, Mary Oliver

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Born in: 
Gunnison, CO
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Last update: Aug 09, 2019