Bradford Gray Telford has published work in many journals including The Yale Review, Southwest Review, Ninth Letter, Bomb, Pleiades, Gulf Coast, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Columbia, Laurel Review, Agni, and Bloom. He recently won The University of Houston’s Verlaine Poetry Prize, a Morton Marr Poetry Prize from Southwest Review and, for his work on the poetry of Geneviève Huttin, the Willis Barnstone Translation Prize from the University of Edwardsville. In Spring 2009 [url=http://waywiser-press.com/waywiser.html]The Waywiser Press[/url] will publish Telford’s first book of poems, Perfect Hurt, and his translation of Huttin’s book The Story of My Voice will appear in Fall 2009 from [url=http://www.hostpublications.com/index.html]Host Publications[/url]. Telford earned an AB from Princeton, an MFA from Columbia, and a PhD in Literature & Creative Writing from the University of Houston, where he also won two fellowships to the Krakow Poetry Seminar and the Stella Ehrhadt Memorial & Cullen Fellowship. He currently teaches at the University of Houston, where he is a Houston Writing Fellow.
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