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She has taught creative writing as the Grace Hazard Conkling Poet-in-Residence at Smith College, at Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, Villanova University, Temple University, University of Pennsylvania, the low-residency MFA program at Warren Wilson College and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. She has written prose about poetry for Poetry, The New York Times and The Threepenny Review and has been a blogger for Harriet, the blog of the Poetry Foundation.
- 2009 Poetry magazine Editor's Prize for best feature article in the past year for "Sing God-Awful Muse"
- 2007 Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Awards for My Brother is Getting Arrested Again
- 2006 Guggenheim Fellow
- 2004 Hodder Fellowship from Princeton University
- 1999 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize, for She Didn't Mean to Do It
- 1998 Pew Fellowships in the Arts
- Cohen Award from Ploughshares
- Pushcart Prize
- Pennsylvania Council in the Arts Fellowship
- Women's Poetry: Poems and Advice. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2013. ISBN 978-0-8229-6238-0.
- My Brother is Getting Arrested Again. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2006. ISBN 978-0-8229-5919-9.
- She Didn't Mean to Do It. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2000. ISBN 0-8229-5738-8.
- "Women's Poetry", The Nation, June 3, 2009
- "DOLL RITUAL"; "SHOOTING KINESHA"; "BETTER READ, A VALENTINE"; "STEALING FROM LEHIGH DAIRY"; "MY BROTHER IS GETTING ARRESTED AGAIN", Poetry Magazine
- Billy Collins, ed. (2003). Poetry 180: a turning back to poetry. Random House Trade Paperbacks. ISBN 978-0-8129-6887-3.
- Ed Ochester, ed. (2007). American poetry now: Pitt poetry series anthology. University of Pittsburgh Press. ISBN 978-0-8229-4310-5.
- Sheila Coghill, Thom Tammaro, ed. (2003). Visiting Walt: poems inspired by the life & work of Walt Whitman. University of Iowa Press. ISBN 978-0-87745-854-8.
- "Poetry on the Web", Poetry Magazine
- "Sing, God-awful Muse!", Poetry Foundation
- "Who Needs to Hear A Quagga’s Voice?", Poetry Foundation
- "Prufrock Moment", harriet, 02.05.09
- "Wit's End". Ploughshares. Spring 2000.[dead link]
- "Shooting Kinesha". Ploughshares. Spring 2004.[dead link]
- "Kissinger at the Louvre (Three Drafts)". Ploughshares. Spring 2009.[dead link]
"The satirical tone here is delicious and the social observation is shrewd...Fried's deftly colloquial surfaces are deceptively charming, often sweetening the bitter with comedy but never denying bitterness." --Sandra Gilbert on My Brother is Getting Arrested Again, Poetry, February 2007.
"A clear-headed refusal to paper over the weaknesses and foolishnes of human beings runs through this book...Fried manages to balance keen, even savage social criticism with an underlying generosity." --Jeff Gundy on My Brother is Getting Arrested Again, Georgia Review, Winter 2007.
"Fried...crystallizes our American moment with candor and precision." —-Fred Muratori on My Brother is Getting Arrested Again, Boston Review, November/December 2006.
The painter Jane Freilicher once remarked of her friend John Ashbery that he appeared to have “stepped in the fame shit.” This seems to be the case also with Fried, who is on a prize-winning streak, having claimed the Pew Fellowship, the Hodder Fellowship, the Agnes Lynch Starrett prize, the Pushcart, Ploughshares’ Cohen Award, and most recently the Grace Hazard Conkling Writer-in-Residence at Smith College. Bully for her. And may her well-deserved good fortune stop no one from sneaking a look at her work; who couldn’t use the feeling of being alive you’ll find there?
- "Daisy Fried Poems, Biography and Quotes - by American Poems". Americanpoems.com. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- "Daisy Fried Bio". Whyy.org. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- "June 22, 2009". The Nation. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- "Midnight Feeding | The New Republic". Tnr.com. 2008-08-13. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- Fried, Daisy (2003). "Neat Hair". The Antioch Review.
- "Threepenny: Fried, Stolen Vehicle". Threepennyreview.com. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- "The Poetry Center at Smith College". Smith.edu. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
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- "Verse Cities". The New York Times. July 13, 2008. Retrieved April 30, 2010.
- "Threepenny: Fried, Alice Neel". Threepennyreview.com. 2001-04-15. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- Jim Quinn (2004). Shoot Me Like an Irish Soldier. Pudding House Publications. ISBN 978-1-58998-272-7.
- Jim Quinn (August 14–21, 1997). "Phillyspeak". Philadelphia City Paper.
- ""Alumni: Quinn", ''Temple University''". Temple.edu. Retrieved 2013-04-09.
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- "Daisy Fried | Directory of Writers | Poets & Writers". Pw.org. 2008-09-18. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
- "A Conversation With Daisy Fried", Odeo, September 08, 2008 (From the Bowery Club in New York, Amy King interviews Daisy Fried)