Kendall Dunkelberg directs the low-residency MFA in Creative Writing at Mississippi University for Women, where he also directs the Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium. He lives in a 125-year-old house in Columbus, Mississippi, where he grows wildflowers that his neighbors probably call weeds. Dunkelberg has published the poetry collections Barrier Island Suite, Landscapes and Architectures and Time Capsules, and a collection of translated poems by the Belgian poet, Paul Snoek, Hercules, Richelieu, and Nostradamus. His poems and translations have appeared in many magazines, including recently in The Texas Review, About Place, and Town Creek Poetry, and in The Southern Poetry Anthology, Vo. 2: Mississippi. His introductory multi-genre creative writing textbook, A Writer’s Craft was published by Palgrave MacMillan, and he is editor of Poetry South and advisor for Ponder Review.
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