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About Me: My fourth book, The Day You Miss Your Exit, was published by Broadstone Books in 2018. Previous books include The Gift That Arrives Broken, winner of the 2010 Autumn House Poetry Prize, judged by Alicia Ostriker; Things That Burn, selected by Mark Strand as the 2004 winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Prize; and The Mythologies of Danger, chosen by Alberto Rios as the winner of the 1998 Bluestem Award. The book also won the Bay Area Book Awards (now the Northern California Book Awards) Poetry Prize.
Several of my poems have been featured on Garrison Keillor’s Writers Almanac as well as in numerous anthologies and journals, including The Iowa Review, Tar River Poetry, Old Dominion Review, Rhino, River Styx, Rattle, and Nimrod. I am a professor emerita of English at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, California.