Barbara Cully

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Barbara Cully (born 1955 San Diego, California) is an American poet.


She has taught at the Prague Summer Writers' Program, and teaches at the University of Arizona.[1][2] She is a contributing editor of Cue.[3]


  • 1996 National Poetry Series Open Competition, for The New Intimacy
  • Arizona Commission on the Arts Fellowship
  • Writer-in-Residence for the YMCA Writer's Voice.


  • "Night Fishing"; "Organizing a Piece of Cheese", Spork Press
  • "Repressed Theme", Berkeley
  • "You your day...", University of Arizona Poetry Center[permanent dead link]
  • Desire Reclining. Penguin Books. 2003. ISBN 978-0-14-200343-5.
  • The New Intimacy. Penguin. 1997.
  • Shoreline Series. Kore Press. 1997. ISBN 978-1-888553-05-5. (chapbook)


  • Louise Gluck, ed. (1993). The Best American Poetry 1993. New York: Collier Books. ISBN 978-0-02-069846-3.


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