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Julie Lechevsky is an American poet.

LifeEdit

Lechevsky attended Oberlin College.[1]

Her poetry has appeared in Seneca Review, The Literary Review, 5 A.M., Hanging Loose, West Branch, Cimarron Review, Southern Humanities Review, and Southern Poetry Review.[1]

She lives in Blacksburg, Virginia, where she works as a massage therapist and sings the blues in local clubs.[1]

RecognitionEdit

Her debut poetry collection,Doll, was awarded the 2001 Tennessee Chapbook Prize. Her collection, I'm a Serious Something, won the 2003 Riverstone Poetry Chapbook Award. She has been nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize.[1]

Billy Collins included her poetry in his 2003 anthology, Poetry 180.

PublicationsEdit

  • Doll (chapbook). 2001.[1]
  • Having Sought the Idiot Balm of Kisses (chapbook). Andover, MA: The Acre, 2002.
  • I'm a Serious Something: Poems (chapbook). Carefree, AZ: Riverstone, 2003.
  • Kiss: Poems. Modesto, CA: Quercus Review Press, 2005.
  • Glass Ceiing (chapbook). Southampton, MA: The Chuckwagon, 2011.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Kiss, AbeBooks. Web, Sep. 26, 2016.

External linksEdit

Poems
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