Liz Waldner

Liz Waldner’s new books are Self and Simulacra, which won the 2001 Hawley Prize from Alice James Books and was a PEN Center finalist for 2002; Etym(bi)ology (Omnidawn, 2002); and Dark Would (The Missing Person), which was a 2002 winner in the University of Georgia Contemporary Poetry series. Her collection A Point Is That Which Has No Part received the Iowa Poetry Prize and the 2000 Academy of American Poets’ Laughlin Prize. Three chapbooks, Call (Meow), With the Tongues of Angels (Owl Creek), and Read Only Memory (Seeing Eye), also appeared in 2000. Her first book, Homing Devices, was published in 1998 by O Books.

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