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Luisa A. Igloria

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Born
September 02 1961
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LUISA A. IGLORIA is poet and Associate Professor in the MFA Creative Writing Program and Department of English, Old Dominion University. Her work has appeared or will be forthcoming in numerous anthologies and journals including Poetry, Crab Orchard Review, The Missouri Review, Indiana Review, Poetry East, Smartish Pace, Rattle, The North American Review, Bellingham Review, Shearsman , PRISM International ,The Asian Pacific American Journal, and TriQuarterly.

Various national and international literary awards include the 2009 Ernest Sandeen Poetry Prize for Juan Luna's Revolver , the 2007 49th Parallel Poetry Prize , the 2007 James Hearst Poetry Prize ; Finalist, the 2007 Lynda Hull Memorial Prize in Poetry ; Finalist, the 2007 Indiana Review Poetry Prize; the 2006 National Writers Union Poetry Prize ; the 2006 Richard Peterson Poetry Prize ; the 2006 Stephen Dunn Award for Poetry; Finalist, the 2005 George Bogin Memorial Award for Poetry ; the 2004 Fugue Poetry Prize; Finalist, the 2003 Larry Levis Editors Prize for Poetry from The Missouri Review; Finalist, the 2003 Dorset Prize ; the first Sylvia Clare Brown Fellowship from the Ragdale Foundation ; a 2003 partial fellowship to the Summer Literary Seminars in St. Petersburg; two Pushcart Prize nominations; a 1998 Fellowship at the Hawthornden Castle International Retreat for Writers in Lasswade, the Midlothians, Scotland; and the 1998 George Kent Award for Poetry.

Originally from Baguio City in the Philippines, Luisa is also an eleven-time recipient of the Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in three genres ; the Palanca award is the Philippines' highest literary distinction. She has published 10 books including JUAN LUNA'S REVOLVER ; TRILL & MORDENT ; ENCANTO ; and IN THE GARDEN OF THE THREE ISLANDS (Moyer Bell/Asphodel, 1995.

Luisa A. Igloria

4.2/5 ( ratings)
Born
September 02 1961
Website
Go to Website
LUISA A. IGLORIA is poet and Associate Professor in the MFA Creative Writing Program and Department of English, Old Dominion University. Her work has appeared or will be forthcoming in numerous anthologies and journals including Poetry, Crab Orchard Review, The Missouri Review, Indiana Review, Poetry East, Smartish Pace, Rattle, The North American Review, Bellingham Review, Shearsman , PRISM International ,The Asian Pacific American Journal, and TriQuarterly.

Various national and international literary awards include the 2009 Ernest Sandeen Poetry Prize for Juan Luna's Revolver , the 2007 49th Parallel Poetry Prize , the 2007 James Hearst Poetry Prize ; Finalist, the 2007 Lynda Hull Memorial Prize in Poetry ; Finalist, the 2007 Indiana Review Poetry Prize; the 2006 National Writers Union Poetry Prize ; the 2006 Richard Peterson Poetry Prize ; the 2006 Stephen Dunn Award for Poetry; Finalist, the 2005 George Bogin Memorial Award for Poetry ; the 2004 Fugue Poetry Prize; Finalist, the 2003 Larry Levis Editors Prize for Poetry from The Missouri Review; Finalist, the 2003 Dorset Prize ; the first Sylvia Clare Brown Fellowship from the Ragdale Foundation ; a 2003 partial fellowship to the Summer Literary Seminars in St. Petersburg; two Pushcart Prize nominations; a 1998 Fellowship at the Hawthornden Castle International Retreat for Writers in Lasswade, the Midlothians, Scotland; and the 1998 George Kent Award for Poetry.

Originally from Baguio City in the Philippines, Luisa is also an eleven-time recipient of the Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in three genres ; the Palanca award is the Philippines' highest literary distinction. She has published 10 books including JUAN LUNA'S REVOLVER ; TRILL & MORDENT ; ENCANTO ; and IN THE GARDEN OF THE THREE ISLANDS (Moyer Bell/Asphodel, 1995.

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