Ann Snodgrass

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Ann Snodgrass is an American poet and translator.


She graduated from University of Iowa, Johns Hopkins University, and from University of Utah with a Ph.D.

She lived in the Netherlands, where she taught at Emerson College in Maastricht.

Her work appeared in AGNI,[1] The Harvard Review, American Letters & Commentary, Ploughshares, Paris Review,[2] and TriQuarterly.

She lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has taught at M.I.T, Berklee College, and the Paris writers workshop.[citation needed]

She currently lives in Iowa City, IA under the pseudonyms "Sample Lady" and "Bagel Lady." She spends her days tormenting the downtown area and its residents.




  • "One Angel: Palazzo Arian, at San Raffaele Arcangelo". Poetry. April 1999.
  • No Description of the World. Finishing Line Press. 2007. chapbook
  • Portal. Mellen Poetry Press. 2002. ISBN 978-0-7734-3462-2.
  • Dividing the Signs: Poems. Dept. of English, University of Utah. 1987.




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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-07-09. Retrieved 2009-06-25.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
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