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Terri Brown-Davidson

4.5/5 (12 ratings)
Terri Brown Davidson holds a Ph.D., M.F.A., and M.A. in English and creative writing. Her first book of poetry, The Carrington Monologues, was nominated for both the 2002 Pulitzer Prize and a Pushcart Prize and has gone into a second printing at Lit Pot Press. Marie, Marie: Hold on Tight, her first novel, will be released by Lit Pot Press in 2004. Terri has been nominated seven times for the Pushcart Prize, and her work has appeared in more than 750 journals, including Triquarterly, Hayden's Ferry Review, Denver Quarterly, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and New York Stories. Her chapbook Rag Men won The Ledge Competition in 1994; her chapbook The Doll-Artist's Daughter was published by White Eagle Coffee Store Press in 1997. Terri's second novel is Autobiography of a Jawbone and is based on the life of American photographer Diane Arbus.

Terri Brown-Davidson

4.5/5 (12 ratings)
Terri Brown Davidson holds a Ph.D., M.F.A., and M.A. in English and creative writing. Her first book of poetry, The Carrington Monologues, was nominated for both the 2002 Pulitzer Prize and a Pushcart Prize and has gone into a second printing at Lit Pot Press. Marie, Marie: Hold on Tight, her first novel, will be released by Lit Pot Press in 2004. Terri has been nominated seven times for the Pushcart Prize, and her work has appeared in more than 750 journals, including Triquarterly, Hayden's Ferry Review, Denver Quarterly, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and New York Stories. Her chapbook Rag Men won The Ledge Competition in 1994; her chapbook The Doll-Artist's Daughter was published by White Eagle Coffee Store Press in 1997. Terri's second novel is Autobiography of a Jawbone and is based on the life of American photographer Diane Arbus.

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