Erin Belieu (1967 - / Ohama / Nebraska)
Erin Belieu is an American poet
She graduated from Boston University, and Ohio State University with an MFA. She taught at Washington University, Boston University, Kenyon College, and Ohio University. She teaches at Florida State University.
Belieu is the author of three collections of poetry. Her first book, Infanta (1995), was a winner of the Nationa Poetry Series, selected by Hayden Carruth. Infanta was also chosen as a best book of the year by The Washington Post and Library Journal.
Her second collection, One Above & One Below, was the winner of the Midland Authors Prize in poetry and the Ohioana prize, and her most recent ... more »
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- Against Writing about Children
- For Catherine: Juana, Infanta of Navarre
- From On Being Fired Again
- Georgic on Memory
- Legend of the Albino Farm
- Rondeau at the Train Stop
- The Hideous Chair
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