Hollow Point by Carol Lynne Knight

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Background photo: Cristie Guevara/PDP, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

As co-director of Anhinga Press, Carol Lynne Knight has edited and designed more than 150 literary publications, including books by Naomi Shihab Nye, Diane Wakoski, and the late Judith Kitchen.

Her book of poems, Quantum Entanglement (Apalachee Press) was released in 2010. Her poetry has appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, Louisiana Literature, Tar River Review, Poetry Motel, Earth’s Daughters, The Ledge, Slipstream, Broome Review, Comstock Review, Epicenter, Redactions, Iconoclast, Epicenter, HazMat, So to Speak , and J, and in the anthologies Off the Cuffs (Soft Skull Press), Touched by Eros (Live Poets Society), The Poets Guide to the Birds (Anhinga Press), Beloved on the Earth, (Holy Cow! Press), and North of Wakulla (Anhinga Press). She is a fellow of the Hambidge Center for the Arts and the Bowers House. She is the co-editor of Snakebird: Thirty Years of Anhinga Poets.

Born in Traverse City, Michigan, she grew up in South Florida and graduated from the University of Miami and Florida State University. She has exhibited her drawings, pottery, sculpture and digital images throughout the eastern United States. She is the ex-wife of an ex-police officer and in other lives has worked as a potter, videographer, and graphic designer. She lives in Tallahassee, Florida.

Film & Poetry Workshop with Diane Wakoski and Carol Lynne Knight

Film & Poetry Workshop with Diane Wakoski and Carol Lynne Knight

Carol Lynne Knight with Kelle Groom at AWP 2018

Carol Lynne Knight with Kelle Groom at AWP

Knight, Carol Lynne

Carol Lynne Knight

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