E.J. Miller Laino

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E.J. Miller Laino (born 1948) is an American poet, author of Girl Hurt (Alice James Books, 1995). She has a new collection, Cracking Open, forthcoming.[1] Her honors include a Vermont Studio Center fellowship and the 1996 American Book Award,[1] and her work has appeared in literary journals and magazines including The American Poetry Review, New York Quarterly,[2] and Poetry East.[3] She was educated at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Fitchburg State College,[4] and lives in Key West[5] and teaches at Florida Keys Community College.[6]

Honors and awards

Published works

Full-Length Poetry Collections

Anthologies Edited

  • Robert Cording, Shelli Jankowski-Smith, E. J. Miller Laino, eds. (1998). In my life: encounters with the Beatles. Fromm International Pub. Co. ISBN 978-0-88064-192-0. 

References

  1. ^ a b Key West Literary Seminars > E.J. Miller Laino > Bio
  2. ^ The New York Quarterly - Issue 66
  3. ^ Poetry East - Google Boeken
  4. ^ Alice James Books > E.J. Miller Laino Author Page
  5. ^ http://www.kwls.org/lit/2010/workshop_bio.cfm?auth_id=208&workshop_id=31
  6. ^ English - Contact Us - Florida Keys Community College

External links

  • Author Page: Alice James Books > E.J. Miller Laino
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