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Bram Stoker Award Winning Poet Corrine De Winter

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Corrine De Winter's work appears worldwide, and has been published in over 2000 journals, magazines and books.

www.corrinedewinter.com

She is the author of the Stoker award Winning collection of poetry "The Women At Thwe Funeral," as well as the author of 7 other collections, including "Touching The Wound- Poems in Memory of Kurt Cobain,"  Stoker nominated "Virgin of the Apocalypse," "A Dark Ride," Tango In The 9th Circle," and her latest fiction collection "Valentines For The Dead." 

She has won awards from The New York Quarterly, Triton College of Arts & Sciences, The Rhysling Award, and The Bram Stoker Award.

6 Time Pushcart nominee, De Winter has teamed up with Stephen King Artist, Glenn Chadbourne to create a graphic novel about the last days and afterlife of Jim Morrison. 

She is the founder of Small World Fund for Children (1996), an organization that provides funds and gifts to familes and children in need. 

She has appeared on the G4 Channel's show "Unscrewed" with Martin Sargent, as well as the Bio Channel's "The Paranormal Syndicate." 

Her books are available in Kindle format or print on Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1/185-6344780-5107812?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=corrine+de+winter

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