Person Detail: Sherry Fairchok
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|Full Name: Sherry Fairchok|
Sherry Fairchok is the author of a full-length poetry collection, "The Palace of Ashes" (CavanKerry Press, 2002), which was a finalist for the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, and a chapbook, "A Stone That Burns" (The Ledge Press, 2000), which won The Ledge 1999 Chapbook Prize. She won the 2002 Pablo Neruda Prize in the Nimrod/Hardiman Literary Awards and was named the Susannah McCorkle Scholar at the 2002 Sewanee Writers Conference. Individual poems have appeared in Ploughshares, DoubleTake, the Southern Review, and other journals. Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, she lived for 26 years in Syracuse, New York, before moving to Westchester County, New York, where she lives seasonally. She earned a bachelor's degree from Syracuse University and an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Poems in her full-length collection describe 100 years in the coal mining region of Northeastern Pennsylvania and the psychological effects of living in the post-industrial era. TITLE OF BOOK: The Palace of Ashes, ISBN: 0970718632 (paperback), CavanKerry Press, Fort Lee, N.J., Web site: http://www.cavankerrypress - available through Small Press Distribution.
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The Palace of Ashes
(Pub: CavanKerry Press, Fort Lee, New Jersey. ISBN: 0970718632)
This full-length collection of poetry was a finalist for the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize.
A Stone That Burns
(Pub: The Ledge Press. ISBN: )
This chapbook won The Ledge 1999 Chapbook Prize.
Fairchok lived in Syracuse for 26 years.
Fairchok lives seasonally in Westchester County, New York.
Sherry Fairchok was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania.