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Joe Milford Hosts Dana Roeser!

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Dana Roeser’s second book, In the Truth Room, was the winner of the Samuel French Morse Prize, judged by Rodney Jones, and will be published by Northeastern University Press in October 2008. Her first book of poems, Beautiful Motion, received the Morse Prize (judged by Ellen Bryant Voigt) in 2004 and was published by Northeastern University Press that year. In 2007 she received a fellowship in poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2005, she won the Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award for Beautiful Motion and the 2005-2006 Jenny McKean Moore Writer-in-Washington Fellowship. Ms. Roeser’s poems have appeared, or are forthcoming, in The Iowa Review, Harvard Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Massachusetts Review, Northwest Review, Antioch Review, Southern Review, Shenandoah, Barrow Street, Indiana Review, Notre Dame Review, Another Chicago Magazine, Passages North, Sou’wester, Prairie Schooner, Laurel Review, Pool, Shade, The Literary Review, and other journals, and on Verse Daily and Poetry Daily. She has received fellowships to Yaddo, Ragdale, The Mary Anderson Center for the Arts, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Le Moulin à Nef (VCCA France). She has given readings of her work at George Washington University, Sweet Briar College, the Indiana Poetry Festival, Chapters Literary Bookstore (Washington, DC), Indiana University South Bend, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Marshall University, the Virginia Festival of the Book, the Young Writers Workshop at the University of Virginia, Butler University, as well as several colleges and universities in the Great Lakes Colleges Association (Denison, Antioch, Wooster, Albion, Kenyon, Hope, Wabash, and Depauw). For several years, she taught creative writing at Butler University. In 2008-2009, Ms. Roeser will be a visiting professor at Purdue University.