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Annie Finch

Annie Finch’s books of poetry include Calendars (Tupelo, 2003), 
shortlisted for the Foreword Poetry Book of the Year award; Eve (Story Line, 1997); the longpoem The Encyclopedia of Scotland (Salt, 2004); and a translation of the complete poems of Renaissance poet Louise Labé (Chicago, 2005). 
Her many musical, dance, and theater collaborations include the libretto for "Marina” (Tsvetaeva), which premiered in May 2003 from American Opera Projects in New York. 
She has written or edited several books on poetics including,with Kathrine Varnes, An Exaltation of Forms: Contemporary Poets Celebrate the Diversity of Their Art (Michigan, 2002) and, with Deborah Brown and Maxine Kumin, Lofty Dogmas: Poets on Poetry (Arkansas, 2005). 
Her most recent book is the collection of essays, The Body of Poetry: Essays on Women, Form, and the Poetic Self ( University of Michigan Press, 2005). She is Director of the Stonecoast Low-Residency MFA at the University of Southern Maine.


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