Linda Lee Harper has received an Academy of American Poets first prize, four Pushcart nominations, three Yaddo fellowships, published nine collections of poetry, including most recently Small Waves, (Finishing Line Press, 2009), Driving Out (Pudding House Publicatins, 2008) and KISS KISS, the Open Competition winner for '07 from Cleveland State University Poetry Center, also Blue Flute (Adastra Press) and poetry in six anthologies including Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, ed. by Alan Pater. She has had work in over 80 literary journals in US, Europe and Canada, including The Georgia Review, Nimrod, Rattle, The Antigonish Review, Ascent, , The Journal, The Massachusetts Review, and Southern Humanities Review, where she won the Hoepfner Award for Best Poem of the Year. She was included in the recent literary map of South Carolina (2003) and in Edwin C. Epps Literary South Carolina (Hub City, 2004) an evaluation of South Carolina's literary trends and writers over the past 335 years. She currently is collaborating with Prof. Dick Maltz on an opera about the Boston Red Sox for which she is writing the libretto. Her seventh collection Kiss Kiss is forthcoming from Cleveland State University Poetry Series where it was selected as.
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