Jacqueline Kolosov

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Jacqueline Kolosov (born in Chicago) is an American poet, children's book author, and professor. Her most recent collection of poetry is Modigliani's Muse (WordTech Communications, 2009), and her most recent young adult novel is A Sweet Disorder (Hyperion Books, 2009). Her poetry has appeared in literary journals and magazines including The Southern Review, Shenandoah, Poetry, Passages North Orion,[1] PRISM International, The Malahat Review, Ecotone, and Western Humanities Review, and her honors include a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.[2]

She was raised in and around Chicago and graduated from University of Chicago with a B.A. and an M.A.,[3] and from New York University with a Ph.D. She teaches currently at Texas Tech University.[4] She lives in West Texas with husband, poet William Wenthe, and their daughter Sophia.

Honors and awards[edit]

  • 2008 NEA Literature Fellowship
  • 2005 Glen Workshop Fellowship, Image Magazine
  • 1992-1996 Multi-Year Fellowship, New York University

Published works[edit]

Full-Length Poetry Collections

Chapbooks

  • Souvenir, Modigliani. Winnow Press. 2005. ISBN 978-0-9764726-1-2. 
  • Why Plant Bougainvillea. Finishing Line Press. 2005. ISBN 978-1-932755-67-1. 
  • Fabergé, Finishing Line Press, 2003
  • Danish Ocean, Pudding House Press, 2003

Juvenile Fiction

Juvenile Nonfiction

  • Jacqueline McLean, Jacqueline A. Kolosov (2001). Women with wings. Minneapolis, Minnesota: The Oliver Press, Inc. ISBN 978-1-881508-70-0. 
  • Jacqueline A. Kolosov, Jacqueline McLean (2003). Women of Adventure. Minneapolis, Minnesota: The Oliver Press, Inc. ISBN 978-1-881508-73-1. 
  • Jacqueline McLean, Jacqueline A. Kolosov (1999). Victoria Woodhull: First Woman Presidential Candidate. Morgan Reynolds. ISBN 978-1-883846-47-3. 

Anthologies Edited

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