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) - nonfiction, Manifest West: Women of the West (Western Press Books), Spectral Lines: Poems about Scientists (Alternating Current Press), Deep Wild Journal: Writing from the Backcountry, Deep Beauty: Experiencing Wonder When the World is on Fire (Woodhall Press) - nonfiction, Peregrine Literary (2020), GLEAM: Journal of the Cadralor (2020), NatureWriting magazine, Haiku Journal, High Plains Register 2017 and 2019, Frontier Tales - fiction, True Chili Literary, Red Coyote Literary, and Oakwood - poetry and nonfiction. 

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,

Gaydell Collier Memorial Scholarship - 2017,


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

More Information

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Born in: 
Gunnison, CO
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Last update: Jun 09, 2021