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Davis McCombs is an American poet. He attended Harvard University as an undergraduate, the University of Virginia as a Henry Hoyns Fellow, and Stanford University as a Wallace Stegner Fellow. He is also the recipient of fellowships from the Ruth Lilly Poetry Foundation, the Kentucky Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts. He is the Director of the Creative Writing Program, University of Arkansas.
- 2005 Larry Levis Editor's Prize by The Missouri Review for a sixteen-part sequence of poems called "Tobacco Mosaic"
- 2005 Vachel Lindsay Poetry Award from Willow Springs for his poem "Rossetti in 1869"
- 2005 Joy Bale Boone award from Wind magazine's for a poem called "Noodling."
- 2005 Dorset Prize, chosen by Linda Gregerson
- McCombs, Davis (2000). Ultima Thule. New Haven: Yale UP.
- — (2007). Dismal Rock. Dorset, VT: Tupelo Press.
List of poems
|First hard freeze||2011||McCombs, Davis (Summer 2011). "First hard freeze". Indiana Review. 33 (1).||McCombs, Davis (2013). "First hard freeze". In Henderson, Bill. The Pushcart Prize XXXVII : best of the small presses 2013. Pushcart Press. p. 357.|
|Dumpster honey||2015||McCombs, Davis (August 3, 2015). "Dumpster honey". The New Yorker. 91 (22): 26. Retrieved 2016-03-21.|
- Finalist, National Book Critics Circle Award
- Interview Project #3: Davis McCombs , dislocate blog, November 22, 2006
- Davis McCombs, Mixed Media, KET
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