Jen Karetnick is the author of seven poetry collections, including American Sentencing (Winter Goose Publishing, May 2016), long-listed for both the 2017 Julie Suk Award and the 2017 Lascaux Prize, and The Treasures That Prevail (Whitepoint Press, September 2016), finalist for the 2017 Poetry Society of Virginia Book Prize. The winner of the 2017 Hart Crane Memorial Poetry Contest, the 2016 Romeo Lemay Poetry Prize and the 2015 Anna Davidson Rosenberg Prize, she has had work nominated for Pushcart Prizes and Best of the Net awards. Her poetry, prose, playwriting and interviews have appeared or are forthcoming in TheAtlantic.com, Crab Orchard Review, Cutthroat, Guernica, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Missouri Review, New Millennium Writings, One, Painted Bride Quarterly, Prairie Schooner, Spillway, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Verse Daily and Waxwing. She is co-founder/co-curator of the not-for-profit organization, SWWIM (Supporting Women Writers in Miami), and co-editor of SWWIM Every Day.
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