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Charlotte Pence

Charlotte Pence’s poetry has previously appeared in Southern Poetry Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Seattle Review and other journals with new poems forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, Greensboro Review, and Rattle.

In addition to the review featured in Public Republic, her reviews can also be found at Southern Review and Smartish Pace. She has received the New Millennium Writing Award for Poetry, a poetry fellowship from the Tennessee Art Commission, and most recently the Libba Moore Gray poetry award.

Currently, she is a doctoral candidate concentrating in creative writing at the University of Tennessee and editor of Grist: The Journal for Writers. She is also the author of The Writer’s Path: Creative Exercises for Meaningful Essays (Kendall Hunt, 2004).

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