M. B. McLatchey is a poet and writer living, writing, and teaching in Florida. Author of six books, including the award-winning Beginner’s Mind (Penelope Niven Creative Nonfiction Award, Regal House Publishing, 2021) and The Lame God (2013 May Swenson Award, Utah State University Press), she is recipient of the American Poet Prize from American Poetry Journal, the 2012 Robert Frost Award, the Annie Finch Prize from National Poetry Review, and was a recent nominee for the Pushcart and Best of the Net awards for her poem “Smiling at the Executioner.”
McLatchey is Professor of Humanities at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Chancellor for the Florida State Poets Association, Poet Laureate of Florida’s Volusia County, Arts Ambassador for Atlantic Center for the Arts, U.S. Ambassador to the HundrED global foundation, and poetry reader for the Miami-based journal SWWIM. She received her graduate degree in Comparative Literature from Harvard University, Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University, MFA in Poetry from Goddard College, and her BA from Williams College.
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Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (November 22, 2023)