Our 2015 Poetry Contest Judge, Diane Seuss

Meet Diane Seuss, the judge of our 2015  Poetry contest

1She is the author of It Blows You Hollow (1998), Wolf Lake, White Gown Blown Open (2010), which received the Juniper prize for poetry in 2009, and Four-Legged Girl (2015). Her book, Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl, is forthcoming in 2018. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Georgia Review, Brevity, Able Muse, Valparaiso Poetry ReviewThe Missouri Review, and recently, in The New Yorker. Seuss is writer-in-residence at Kalamazoo College, in Michigan.

You can read her poetry here:

“Song in My Heart” on The Poetry Foundation

“I snapped it over my knee like kindling.” in The Missouri Review

“There’s some I just won’t let die.” in The Missouri Review

“Self-Portrait with Sylvia Plath’s Braid” on Academy of American Poets

“Toad” on Academy of American Poets

“Either everything is sexual, or nothing is. Take this flock of poppies” in Blackbird

SUBMIT TO OUR 2015 POETRY CONTEST. OPEN NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 1st, 2015! 


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