Person Detail: Elaine Terranova
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|Full Name: Elaine Terranova|
Elaine Terranova is a winner of the Walt Whitman award, an NEA Fellowship in literature, the Anna Rosenberg Davidson Award, and two Pennsylvania State Council on the Arts grants. Her work has appeared in anthologies (Blood to Remember, The Gift of Tongues) and magazines including The New Yorker, the American Poetry Review, and Prairie Schooner. She is author of The Cult of the Right Hand and Damages.
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The Cult of the Right Hand
(Pub: New York: Doubleday. ISBN: 9780385418126.)
Poetry; winner of the 1990 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets.
(Pub: Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press. ISBN: 9781556591051.)
The Dog's Heart
(Pub: Orchises Press, PO Box 20602, Alexandria, Virginia 22320-1602; Website: http://www.mason.gmu.edu/~rlathbur/. ISBN: 0-914061-90-9.)
Not To: New & Selected Poems
(Pub: Sheep Meadow Press. ISBN: 9781931357326.)
Elaine Terranova lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Toward Morning / Swimmers
(Pub: Chester, Pennsylvania: Hollow Spring. ISBN: 9780936198026.)