Katharine Coles’ fifth poetry collection, The Earth Is Not Flat (Red Hen 2013), was written under the auspices of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program; ten poems from the book, translated into German by Klaus Martens, appeared in the summer 2014 issue of the journal Matrix. Her sixth collection, Flight, is due out in 2016. She has also published two novels. Recent poems and prose have appeared in Poetry Northwest, Seneca Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Image, Crazyhorse, Ascent, and Poetry; ten poems, translated into German by Klaus Martens, appeared in 2014 in the journal Matrix. A professor at the University of Utah, in 2009-10 she served as the inaugural director of the Poetry Foundation’s Harriet Monroe Poetry Institute. She has received grants and awards from the NEA, the NEH and, in 2012-13, the Guggenheim Foundation. Read more about ProForma and Katharine Coles.
Congratulations to Baron Wormser! His essay “Legend: Willem de Kooning,” which first appeared in Grist Issue 6, has been selected for inclusion in The Best American Essays 2014. We couldn’t be more thrilled!
Congratulations to our Best of the Net 2014 anthology nominees from our Online Companion to Issue 7! Poetry nominees are Anne Barngrover, Monica Berlin, and Beth Marzoni; fiction nominees are Jennifer Christie and Rob Roensch; and our nonfiction nominee is Daryl Farmer. Best of luck to them all! You can read their amazing work here.