Cynthia Hogue published three collections of poetry, most recently
Flux (New Issues P, 2002), and co-edited an anthology of essays
on women's avant-garde writing,
We Who Love To Be Astonished: Experimental
Women's Writing and Performance Poetics (U of AL P, 2001). She
lived and taught in Iceland, and Denmark, and in fact have published translations
years ago of Goran Sonnevi (working with the Swedish translator, Jan Karlsson).
Cynthia Hogue directed the Stadler Center for Poetry at Bucknell University
for eight years, and she is currently the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall
Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry in the Department of English at
Arizona State University.
Her poems recently have appeared in Antioch Review, Notre Dame Review,
and Poetry International, with work forthcoming in Volt, Barrow
Street, and Hotel Amerika, among others.
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