Michael Chitwood’s poetry and fiction have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, The New Republic, Threepenny Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Field, The Georgia Reviewand numerous other journals. Gospel Road Going, a collection of poems about his native Appalachia, was published in 2002 and was awarded the 2003 Roanoke-Chowan Prize for Poetry. Spill (Tupelo Press, 2007) was named as a finalist for ForeWord magazine’s poetry book of the year and won the 2008 Roanoke-Chowan Prize. His most recent collection Poor-Mouth Jubilee (Tupelo Press, 2010) was also named a ForeWord finalist. His latest book is Living Wages (Tupelo Press, 2014).
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