Marie Howe

Marie Howe

Marie Howe has written two books of poetry, The Good Thief, chosen for the National Poetry Series, and What the Living Do, named one of the five best books of poetry published in l997 by Publishers Weekly. She has also co-edited, with Michael Klein, In the Company of My Solitude: American Writing from the AIDS Pandemic. Her poems have appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Agni, Harvard Review, and New England Review, among others. She was a fellow at the Bunting Institute and a recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Massachusetts Artists Foundation, as well as the I.B. Lavan Younger Poet Prize from the Academy of American Poets. She teaches in the writing program at Sarah Lawrence College.

Ploughshares issues edited by this author:

Winter 1992-93 Poetry & Fiction

Ploughshares articles by this author:

Title Section Season
Waiting at the River Poetry Spring 2012
A Door, A Little Ajar: Introduction Introduction Winter 1992-93
rev. of Let Evening Come by Jane Kenyon Book Review Winter 1990-91
How Many Times Poetry Spring 1987
Part of Eve's Discussion Poetry Spring 1985
After the Flood Poetry Spring 1985
The Meadow Poetry Spring 1985
From Nowhere Poetry Spring 1985

This bio was last updated on 03/28/2012.