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Carol Ann Davis
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Carol Ann Davis is the author of the poetry collections Psalm (Tupelo Press, 2007) and Atlas Hour (Tupelo, 2011) and a forthcoming essay collection, The Nail in the Tree: On Art, Violence, and Parenting (Tupelo, 2019). Her work has been published in The Georgia Review, _AGNI, The American Poetry Revie_w, The Gettysburg ReviewBeloit Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. An NEA fellow and finalist for a National Magazine Award, she is professor of English at Fairfield University, where she is founding director of Poetry in Communities, an initiative that brings writing workshops to communities hit by sudden or systemic violence. She lives in Newtown, Connecticut. (updated 4/2019)

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
What an eye can see
AGNI 89 Print Only
Poetry
Spring Indigo
AGNI 87 Print Only
Poetry
Columbarium
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Poetry
Let Go
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Poetry
First the Meadow
AGNI 72 Print Only
Poetry
I Have Put Your Nest Where I Can See It
AGNI 72 Print Only
Poetry
Talking to Milosz
AGNI 74 Print Only
Poetry
I Sat in My Little Boat
AGNI 74 Print Only
Poetry
After 32 Weeks
AGNI 75 Print Only
Poetry
Waiting for the Hummingbird
AGNI 77 Print Only
Essays
On Practice, School Buses, Hummingbirds, Rumi, and Being Led
AGNI 79 Print Only
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