Stan Sanvel Rubin

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Stan Sanvel Rubin is an American author who currently resides in Washington state.

In 2013, Rubin published his fourth full-length collection titled, There. Here. His third,Hidden Sequel, won the Barrow Street Book Prize and was published in 2006. His works have been included in anthologies including, Long Journey: Contemporary Northwest Poets, published by the Oregon State University Press, the 20th anniversary issue of Atlanta Review and For Orca, the latter two both published in 2019. Rubin writes annual essay-reviews of poetry for Water-Stone Review.[1]

He and Judith Kitchen co-founded the Rainier Writing Workshop, a low-residency Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program at Pacific Lutheran University.[2] Rubin served as co-director until his retirement in 2014, when Rick Barot became director.[3]

Published works[edit]

  • There. Here. (2013) http://www.losthorsepress.org/catalog/there-here/
  • Hidden Sequel (2006) ISBN 0-9728302-5-1
  • Five Colors (2004) books.google.com/books?ISBN 1932339493
  • On the Coast (2002)
  • The Post-Confessionals: Interviews with American Poets of the Eighties (1989)
  • Midnight (1985)
  • Lost (1981)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.poemeleon.org/stan-sanvel-rubin/
  2. ^ "Profiles: An Interview with Stan Sanvel Rubin". RWW Soundings. Pacific Lutheran University. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Greetings". RWW Soundings. Pacific Lutheran University. Retrieved 15 August 2019.

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