Ann Fisher-Wirth

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Ann Fisher-Wirth (born January 25, 1947 as Ann Carolyn Welpton) is an American poet and scholar.[1]

Her books include Blue Window: Poems, The Trinket Poems, and William Carlos Williams and Autobiography: The Woods of His Own Nature.

Her scholarly work has concentrated primarily on William Carlos Williams and Willa Cather, but she has published on other writers including Cormac McCarthy, Louise Gluck, Robert Hass, and Anita Brookner.

She teaches at the University of Mississippi and also in the Chatham University Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing. Her daughter, Jessica Fisher, is also an accomplished poet.

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