Camille Norton

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Camille Norton (born 1955 ) is an American poet and academic.

Life[edit]

She studied with Martha Collins, Linda Dittmar, and Lois Rudnick at the University of Massachusetts Boston; graduated from University of Massachusetts Boston,[1] and Harvard University with a M.A. and Ph.D.[2]

Her work appeared in Greensboro Review,[3] Field: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, The Colorado Review, Tiferet, Iris, Exphrasis, The White Pelican Review, The Gail Scott Reader, and How2.

She teaches at University of the Pacific.[4][5]

She will be on the panel for Association of Writers & Writing Programs 2010, “Poets in the World: Building Diverse Communities through Independent Poetry Centers, Blogs, and Radio.”[6]

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Criticism[edit]

Editor[edit]

  • Lou Robinson, Camille Norton, ed. (1991). Resurgent: New Writing by Women. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0-252-01835-0. 

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