Still: The Journal has just come out, with my poem Jay at the Window.
Genre: Urban Arts has generously accepted my poem Cricket in the Garage, October, and optioned the rest of my submission, including the poems Jack's Exphrastic, The Death Mask of Isaac Newton, and Heartbreak Weather.
My chapbook of poems for song-cycles, In Ordinary Time, was published on October 9th by The Moonstone Press, while my first full-length collection, The Very Rich Hours, is now out!
My poem, Lobster in Broth, has been nominated by Burningword Literary Journal for the Best of the Web 2018 Anthology.
The Poeming Pigeon will be including my poem, The Stars from the Tennis Courts, in their forthcoming Cosmos-themed anthology.
Gregory Loselle graduated from the University of Michigan with degrees in Humanities, Education, and Creative Writing, and has taught there in the Creative Writing and Composition Programs, and the School of Education.
He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities to study a variety of subjects, at several universities and colleges, throughout his teaching career. He has been associated with the Interlochen Arts Camp at the Interlochen (Michigan) Center for the Arts as an Instructor of Creative Writing and staff member since 1981 and has worked as a writer and editor in a variety of fields. He is a fellow of the National Humanities Center. He is a recipient of the Ruby Lloyd Apsey Award for Playwriting, the Lorian Hemingway Award for Short Fiction, the Robert Frost Award, and the Rita Dove Prize for poetry, and four Hopwood Awards from the University of Michigan, where he also won the Academy of American Poets Prize. His chapbooks of poetry have been published by Moonstone Press, Puddinghouse Press and Finishing Line Press, and his full-length collection The Very Rich Hours, is available from Poetry Box Press. Mr. Loselle is a National Board Certified Teacher. He dabbles in bookbinding and visual art.
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