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Arda Collins is an American poet.
Collins was an intern, working up to research assistant, and then assistant director, of Public television documentaries, from 1997-2003.
She lives in Denver, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in poetry.
- 2008 winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets competition.
- 2008 American Academy of Arts and Sciences' (AAAS) Poetry Prize
- 2008 May Sarton Prize 
Her published poetry includes:
- Arda Collins (June 2, 2008). "Low". The New Yorker.
- Arda Collins (September 24, 2007). "Not for Chopin". The New Yorker.
- Arda Collins. "Garden Apartments". Reading Between A&B.
- Arda Collins. "It Is Daylight". A Public Space 7.[dead link]
- Arda Collins. "Pool #10". GutCult 6.
- Arda Collins. "A History of Something". GutCult 6.
- Arda Collins (Nov/Dec 2004). "Spring". The American Poetry Review.
- Arda Collins. "Garden Apartments". Reading Between A & B.
Some of Collins' work has been published in a book:
In the foreword, Louise Glück describes the poetry as:
savage, desolate, brutally ironic . . . a book of astonishing originality and intensity, unprecedented, unrepeatable.
- "It Is Daylight - Collins, Arda; Glück, Louise - Yale University Press". Retrieved 2009-05-02.
- "Award-winning UI poets Collins and Thirkield read April 14". Retrieved 2009-05-02.
- Archives Calendar, Reading Between A&B
- It Is Daylight, Arda Collins, Yale University Press, Mar 23, 2009
- Collins, Arda (2004). "Spring". The American Poetry Review.
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