Dixie Partridge

Partridge grew up in Wyoming and has lived in Washington State with her husband and family since earning a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in 1965. Her poems are widely published in national and regional journals and reviews, including America; Georgia Review; Hollins Critic; Indiana Review; Mid-West Quarterly; Poetry; Passages North; Southern Humanities Review; Southern Poetry Review, and many others. Her essays have appeared in Northern Lights, Christian Science Monitor, and others. Many anthologies contain her work; a few are: Anthology of Magazine Verse/Yearbook of American Poetry; Circle of Women (Viking Penguin); Articulations (U. of Iowa Press); With Child (Signature Books); Essential Love (Poetworks); American Diaspora: Poetry of Exile; Freshwater (Pudding House); Clockpunchers (forthcoming, Partisan Press). Partridge's published books are Deer in the Haystacks (Ahsahta Press 1984) and Watermark (Eileen Barnes Award, 1990). She currently edits poetry for two journals. Her
third book, Not About Dreams, is looking for a publisher.

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