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“Each poem dares the reader.” —Yusef Komunyakaa (on The Fugitive Eye)
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Tina Barr

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Tina Barr’s volumes of poetry include 4 full-length books, Pink Moon, the Inaugural Winner of the Editor’s Choice Award at Jacar Press, Green Target (2017 winner of the Barrow Street Press Book Prize, judged by Patricia Spears Jones), Kaleidoscope (Iris Press), and The Gathering Eye,  (Tupelo Press Editor’s Award).  Her chapbooks include The Fugitive Eye (Painted Bride Quarterly Press contest winner, chosen by Yusef Komyunyakaa); Red Land, Black Land, winner of the Longleaf Press Chapbook Contest, Methodist College Press, NC; and At Dusk on Naskeag Point, winner of the Flume Press Chapbook Contest, Chico, CA.  She has received Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Tennessee Arts Commission, The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The MacDowell Colony, & elsewhere. Poems have been published in Atlanta Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, American Book Review, Barrow Street Journal, Crab Orchard Review, The Gettysburg Review, The Harvard Review, Louisiana Literature, Tar River Review, and elsewhere.

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