Cathryn Hankla (born 1958 in Richlands, Virginia) is an American poet and novelist. She has taught at the University of Virginia, at Washington & Lee University, and is currently a professor of English at Hollins University, where she received both her bachelor's and master's degrees. She is a former director of the Hollins University Jackson Center for Creative Writing. Her writing has been published in numerous journals including the ''Chicago Tribune'', ''Ploughshares'', ''Virginia Quarterly Review'', ''The Missouri Review'', ''Alaska Quarterly Review'', ''JuxtaProse Literary Magazine'', ''Shenandoah'', ''Denver Quarterly'', ''Prairie Schooner'', and ''Passages North''. She has been honored with numerous awards including a PEN Syndicated Fiction award and the James Boatwright III Prize for Poetry,


*2017 ''Galaxies'' * 2016 ''Great Bear'' *2011 ''Fortune Teller Miracle Fish *2004 ''Last Exposures: a sequence of poems'' *2003 ''The Land Between'' *2002 ''Poems for the Pardoned'' *2002 ''Emerald City Blues'' *2000 ''Texas School Book Depository: prose poems'' *1997 ''Negative History'' *1991 ''Afterimages'' *1988 ''A Blue Moon in Poorwater'' *1987 ''Learning the Mother Tongue'' *1983 ''Phenomena''


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Hollins homepageOfficial website2 Poems by Cathryn Hankla
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