Jane Ann Fuller


14796 Bradford Dr
Logan, OH 43138

Author's Bio


Jane Ann (Devol) Fuller’s, HALF-LIFE, her debut poetry manuscript (Sheila-Na-Gig Editions), was published in July, 2021. Fuller’s poetry appears in Aethlon, Atticus Review, B O D Y, Denver Quarterly, Fifth Wednesday, Grist, JMWW, Kamana, Northern Appalachia Review, Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel, Pudding Magazine, Rise Up Review, Shenandoah, Steinbeck Now, Still, Sugar House Review, The American Journal of Poetry, The Ekphrastic Review, The MacGuffin, The Pikeville Review, and Waccamaw, and in the anthologies All We Know of Pleasure:Poetic Erotica by Women, (Enid Shomer); Project Hope, (Betsy Brown); and Women of Appalachia Project, (Kari Gunter-Seymour).

Fuller was awarded the James Boatwright III Poetry Prize in 2015. 

Fuller co-authored Revenants: A Story of Many Lives, published with a grant from the Ohio Arts Council. Fuller studied English Literature at Ohio University and earned and earned her MFA from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop. She lives in the Hocking Hills of southeastern Ohio and taught at a small community college for many years.

Publications & Prizes

Half-Life (Sheila-Na-Gig Editions, 2021)
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James Boatwright III Poetry Prize

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Favorite authors: 
Jorie Graham, Ellen Bass, Louis Gluck, Louis Bogan, Danusha Lameris, Ann Stanford, Elizabeth Bishop, Jennifer Atkinson, Marie Howe, Kevin Prufer, James Tate...
What I'm reading now: 
Bonfire Opera by Danusha Lameris

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Last update: Jul 28, 2021