Person Detail: Lucyna Prostko
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|Full Name: Lucyna Prostko|
Lucyna Prostko was born in Poland. She graduated from the M.F.A. program at New York University, where she was awarded the New York Times Fellowship. Her poetry has appeared in various literary journals, including Fugue, Washington Square, Painted Bride Quarterly, Quiddity, Ellipsis, Salamander, Cutthroat and Five Points. Her first book of poems Infinite Beginnings, published in June 2009, was judged winner of the 2007 Bright Hill Press Poetry Book Competition by Joan Larkin. She currently teaches at Queensbury High School and pursues Ph.D. in English at SUNY Albany.
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(Pub: Bright Hill Press ISBN: 978-1-892471-59-8)
Collection of poetry judged winner of the 2007 Bright Hill Press Poetry Book Competition by Joan Larkin.
Ms. Prostko teaches at Queensbury High School in Queensbury, New York.
Ms. Prostko is pursuing Ph.D. in English at State University of New York at Albany.
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Ms. Prostko earned a bachelor of arts in English at Hunter College and a master of fine arts in creative writing at New York University.