Anne Marie Macari
Life and career
Macari was born in Queens, New York and lives in Lambertville, New Jersey. "We invite you to a celebration of the Winter Solstice with award-winning poets and Lambertville residents Gerald Stern and Anne Marie Macari." She is also a member of the Alice James Books Cooperative Board.
She is a graduate of Oberlin College and holds an MFA in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence. Macari founded and teaches in the Drew MFA Program for Poetry & Poetry in Translation. Macari has taught on the faculty of the Prague Summer Seminars.
Her first book won The APR/Honickman First Book Prize in Poetry. Macari's poems have been published in many literary journals and magazines, such as TriQuarterly, Bloomsbury Review, Shenandoah, The American Poetry Review, Five Points, The Cortland Review and The Iowa Review, and in anthologies including From the Fishouse (Persea Books, 2009) and Never Before: Poems About First Experiences (Four Way Books). In 2008 she published the book She Heads Into the Wilderness (Autumn House Press).
Macari has read her poetry throughout the United States in many venues, including the Dodge Poetry Festival. She has also read her work at festivals in England, Austria, and in Prague.
- She Heads into the Wilderness (Autumn House Press, 2008)
- Gloryland (Alice James Books, 2005)
- Ivory Cradle (Copper Canyon Press, 2000)
- Anne Marie Macari, writerscenter.org, access date December 1, 2013
- WNYC News - Yankees Land in World Series: It's Pure Poetry > WNYC Poet In Residence > by Philip Levine
- Gerald Stern, Anne Marie Macari, American Academy of Poets. Accessed February 25, 2011.
- Drew University Website > MFA Poetry Faculty
- The Poetry Center at Smith College
- Audio: Fishousepoems Website
- Audio: The Cortland Review > Anne Marie Macari
- Autumn House Press > Author Page > Anne Marie Macari
- Audio: Reading and Interview on WYEP Radio on Prosody with Jan Beatty
- Article: "Mary and the Carnal Maternal Genealogy: Towards a Mariology of the Body", by Maria Mar Perez-Gil. Literature and Theology (OUP) September 2011