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Kristin Abraham is the author of The Disappearing Cowboy Trick (Horse Less Press, 2013) and two chapbooks: Little Red Riding Hood Missed the Bus (Subito Press, 2008) and Orange Reminds You of Listening (Elixir Press, 2006).

Her poetry and lyric essays have appeared in numerous publications, including Best New Poets 2005, Columbia Poetry Review, LIT, and American Letters & Commentary.

Abraham teaches at a community college in Wyoming, and lives in Colorado, where she serves as editor-in-chief and poetry editor of the literary magazine Spittoon.


The Midwest Writing Center Announces its 37th Annual Mississippi Valley Poetry Contest
http://www.midwestwritingcenter.org/

2010 National Judge: Louise Mathias, author of Lark Apprentice and Above All Else, the Trembling Resembles a Forest

2010 Regional Judge: Stephen Frech, author of Toward Evening and the Day Far Spent, If Not for These Wrinkles of Darkness and The Dark Villages of Childhood.

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