Terese Svoboda

Terese Svoboda has published nine books of prose and poetry, most recently Tin God (U. of Nebraska Press, 2006). Critic Geoffrey O’Brien named her first novel, Cannibal, one of the best books in print. Her honors include an O’Henry Prize for the short story, a nonfiction Pushcart Prize, a translation NEH grant, three New York Foundation for the Arts grants in poetry and fiction, a New York State Council for the Arts and a Jerome Foundation grant in video, the John Golden Award in playwriting, the Bobst Prize in fiction and the Iowa Prize in poetry. Her tenth book, Black Glasses Like Clark Kent, won the 2007 Graywolf Nonfiction Prize and will be published next year.

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