"Keep up the writing!"
Cynie Cory is the author of Here on Rue Morgue Avenue, (Hysterical Books), American Girl, (New Issues Prize), and a chapbook, Self-Portrait as Fiskadoro's Lover after the End of the World (Finishing Line Press). She is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop and Florida State University where she received a doctorate in English. Cory has taught creative writing and literature in the U.S. and in London and Spain, including the Robert Frost Conference and Indiana University Summer Workshops. Her poems have appeared in several journals and magazines, including The American Poetry Review, Colorado Review, New American Writing, and Triquarterly. Cory has published nonfiction in Ploughshares. She is also a playwright and prose writer. Cory is a native of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and makes her home in Tallahassee, Florida.
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