Emma Bolden

  • Emma Bolden

    Emma Bolden

    Emma Bolden is the author of Maleficae (GenPop Books, 2013), a book-length series of poems about the witch trials in early modern Europe, and medi(t)ations, a book-length poem forthcoming from Noctuary Press in the fall of 2015. She is also the author of four chapbooks of poetry: How to Recognize a Lady (Toadlily Press), The Mariner’s Wife (Finishing Line Press), The Sad Epistles (Dancing Girl Press) and This Is Our Hollywood (The Chapbook), as well as a nonfiction chapbook, Geography V (Winged City Press). Her poetry and prose has appeared in such journals as The Rumpus, The Toast, Prairie Schooner, Conduit, the Indiana Review, the Greensboro Review, Redivider, Verse, Feminist Studies, The Journal, Guernica, and Copper Nickel. Bolden has been featured on Poetry Daily and in Verse Daily’s Web Weekly series. She was named a finalist for a Ruth Lily Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation/Poetry magazine and the winner of the 2014 Barthelme Prize for Short Prose from Gulf Coast Magazine, the Spoon River Poetry Review’s 2014 Editor’s Prize Contest, and the Press 53/Prime Number Magazine 2014 Award for Flash Nonfiction. Her work was chosen for inclusion in Best Small Fictions 2015 and Best American Poetry 2015. An Alabama native, Bolden received a BLA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

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