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Kristin Bock

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Kristin Bock grew up in the small farm town of Woodbury, Connecticut. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from Southern Connecticut State University, and an MFA in poetry from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she teaches. Her poems have appeared in many literary magazines and journals, including Columbia, Pleiades, Prairie Schooner, The Black Warrior Review, and FENCE. She lives with her husband, artist Geoffrey Kostecki, in Montague, MA, where they refurbish liturgical art for churches throughout New England. Bock is a contributing editor to the literary magazine Bateau, and a 2006 Massachusetts Cultural Council fellow. Her book, CLOISTERS, won Tupelo Press’s 2006 First Book Award was published in October 2008.

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Cloisters (Poetry)
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Description: A Book of Poems

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Patrick I second Jeannie.

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Dean Baker thanks for the add, Kristin - appreciate it

Kristin Bock Jeannie,

You're so sweet. I used to model for horror novels when I was young (ha!) but now that I'm turning forty (yikes)I think those days are long gone! Your photo is beautiful too.

Best, Kristin

Jeannie Faulkner Barber Oh my goodness Kristin, you have the most beautiful hair! You should be a model! Thanks for the friendship.

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