(A. Loudermilk) (2003 Graduate)
Hometown: Anna, Illinois
B.A., Southern Illinois University, 1992
THE DAUGHTERLIEST SON (chapbook), Swan Scythe Press, 2002. Poetry in Tin House, the Mississippi Review, The Madison Review, Porcupine, Cider Press Review, The Gay and Lesbian Review, The Redneck Review, Unlikely Stories, Rhino, The James White Review, and NEW VOICES: UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE POETRY PRIZES, 8th EDITION. Essays in CAR CRASH CULTURE (Palgrave, 2001), Journal X: A Journal in Culture & Criticism, River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative, The Journal of Consumer Culture, and the Journal of Sexuality and Culture.
Winner, 2nd Prize Fellowship to the Summer Literary Seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia, 2002. Finalist, Crab Orchard Review Series in Poetry, 2002. Winner, Swan Scythe Press Second Annual Chapbook Competition, 2001. Phyllis Smart Young Prize, 2001. Honorable Mention, Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition, 2001. Runner-up, Kathryn A. Morton Prize, Sarabande Books, 2000. Semi-finalist, Tupelo Press Annual Poetry Contest, 2000. Margaret Banks James Award, Indiana University, 2000. Educational Opportunity Fellowship, Indiana University, 1999-2000, 1998-99. First Prize, Academy of American Poets Prize, Indiana University, 1998. Kellogg Scholarship, Southern Illinois University, 1991.