Eric Pankey

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Eric Pankey at 2012 Fall for the Book

Eric Pankey (born 1959 in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American poet and artist.

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He graduated with a BA from the University of Missouri in 1981 and in 1983, his MFA from Iowa University.[1] In 1987, after teaching English at the high school level and writing poetry, he became the director of the Creative Writing Program at Washington University in St. Louis.[2] He currently teaches at George Mason University.[3] He lives with his wife and daughter in Fairfax, Virginia.[1]

His work has appeared in Antioch Review,[4] Antaeus,[5] Denver Quarterly,[6] Seneca Review,[7] Quarry West,[8] and AGNI.[9] His papers are held at the Washington University library.[10]

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