Debra Allbery’s debut collection, Walking Distance, won the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize from the University of Pittsburgh, and her second volume, Fimbul-Winter (Four Way, 2010), was awarded the National Book Prize in Poetry from the Boston writers’ organization, Grub Street. She lives near Asheville, NC, and is the Director of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.
From the Archives: “If I came into writing feeling largely without history or place, writing became a means of discovering both; it also became, as it did for George Willard, a means of discovering a way out, the road ahead. Sherwood Anderson gave me a map.”
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