Kelly Morse, a poet currently studying in our MFA program, has been quite busy as a student, publishing no fewer than four poems in this past year! Congratulations, Kelly.
Please visit the following links to read Kelly’s wonderful poetry.
“Phuong Vy” – mojo, issue 2 (forthcoming late spring) http://mikrokosmosjournal.com/wordpress/
“Natural Language” and “How to Drink the Beer in Saigon” – Plan B Magazine, issue 5 (forthcoming in print May 2012)
“The Stretch of Paper, Like Linen” – PoetsArtists, issue 28, pg 52, Oct 2011 www.poetsandartists.com
Finalist for the SLS Unified Literary Contest 2012, poetry, judged by Tony Hoagland (organizations website: http://www.sumlitsem.org)
Kelly Morse grew up in the Pacific Northwest, but has since drifted as far as Spain, South Africa and even the East Coast. Kelly is currently working on a series that explores linguistic and world-view gaps between Eastern and Western cultures after a two-year stay in Vietnam. She will be a 2012 Robert Pinsky Global Fellow in Poetry, and will travel to Hong Kong and Hanoi.