Dara Wier's newest book, in the still of the night, came out fall 2017 from Wave Books. She has new work in GRANTA, FENCE, BIG BIG WEDNESDAY and CONDUIT. Her book length Reverse Rapture won the Poetry Center's book of the year award. You Good Thing was a Believer's Readers Choice; Guggenheim and National Endowment for the Arts fellowships have supported her work. She lives in North Amherst, Massachusetts where she is professor of poetry & poetics in the University of Massachusetts' MFA for Poets and Writers, teaches each summer for the Juniper Summer Writing Workshops, edits and publishes factory hollow press and, along with Caryl Pagel and Emily Pettit, edits and publishes the literary magazine jubilat. Dara was born in New Orleans, raised in Plaquemines Parish, attended high school in Baton Rouge and for 3 years attended Louisiana State University.
- "A Quick Interview with Dara Wier" by Corey Zeller The Ampersand Review
- Her poem "A Few Of The Crimes You've Committed Against My Heart" at Notnostrums
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