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Craig Arnold

Craig Arnold was born November 16, 1967 was an American poet and professor. His first book of poems, Shells (1999), was selected by WS Merwin for the Yale Series of Younger Poets.  His many honors include the 2005 Joseph Brodsky Rome Prize Fellowship in literature, The Amy Lowell Poetry Traveling Fellowship, an Alfred Hodder Fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship, an NEA fellowship, and a MacDowell Fellowship. He taught poetry at the University of Wyoming. His poems have appeared in anthologies including The Best American Poetry 1998 and The Bread Loaf Anthology of New American Poets, and in literary journals including Poetry, The Paris Review, Denver Quarterly, Barrow Street, New Republic and Yale Review. Arnold grew up in the United States, Europe and Asia. As of April 30, 2009, Craig Arnold went missing on the small volcanic island of Kuchinoerabujima, Japan. Arnold's Made Flesh won the 2009 High Plains Book Award for Poetry & the 2008 Utah Book Award for Poetry. 


National Endowment for the Arts

Fulbright Fellowship

Rome Prize in Literature

Alfred Hodder Fellowship in the Humanities

High Plains Book Award

Utah Book Award for Poetry

Dobie Paisano Fellow

John Atherton Fellowship in Poetry from the Bread Loaf Writers Conference

Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award

Utah Arts Council Original Writing Award

Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship

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