Debra Allbery

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Debra Allbery
Born Debra Allbery
(1957-03-03) March 3, 1957 (age 57)
Lancaster, Ohio
Nationality American
Occupation Poet
Known for Poet

Debra Allbery (born 3 March 1957 in Lancaster, Ohio) is an American poet.[1]

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She is an Ohio native.[2] She graduated from College of Wooster, University of Virginia, and University of Iowa.

She taught at Dickinson College, Randolph College, the University of Michigan.[3] She is the Director of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, where she has been on the poetry faculty since 1983.[4]

Her work has appeared in Crazy Horse, The Missouri Review,[5] Ironwood, Iowa Review,[6] Poetry, Ploughshares,[7] TriQuarterly,[2] The Kenyon Review, and The Yale Review, and she is among the poets included in The Broadview Anthology of Poetry, edited by Herbert Rosengarten and Amanda Goldrick-Jones.

She lives in Fairview, North Carolina.[8]

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