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Feeling so much gratitude to Eduardo Corral for selecting my manuscript, out takes/ glove box, for the 2022 New American Poetry Prize!
I’m also grateful to Central Washington University’s David Leder for the kind coverage.
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Fall 2022 Radio interview with Lauren Korm on The Write Question, featuring co-editor Sharma Shields, for our Scablands Books Anthology, Evergreen: Grim Tales & Verses From the Gloomy Northwest.
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Maya Jewell Zeller is the author of RUST FISH (Lost Horse Press, 2011), YESTERDAY, THE BEES (Floating Bridge Press, October 2015), and the collaboration (with Seattle visual artist Carrie DeBacker), ALCHEMY FOR CELLS & OTHER BEASTS (Entre Rios, Fall 2017). She is co-editor of Evergreen: Grim Tales & Verses From the Gloomy Northwest (Scablands Books, 2022), and co-author of the forthcoming textbook, Advanced Poetry: Pathways Into Poetic Lineages (Bloomsbury UK, 2023). Please visit “About the Author” for more information.
“Poverty Fires,” an essay, Diagram (September 2022)
“Complete the Sentence,” an essay, in The Rumpus (March 2022)
“Scavenger Panorama,” an essay, in Willow Springs (Feb 2022)
March 10, 2023: AWP Conference, Seattle, WA: “Misbehaving Memoirs” panel with Sayantani Dasgupta, Melissa Febos, Laura Read, and Elissa Washuta.
May 20, 2023: A Reading with Francesca Bell, Tiffany Midge, and Douglas Manuel. Auntie’s Books, Spokane, WA.
July 2023: Summer Residency, Western Colorado University low-residency MFA. Gunnison, CO.