Maureen Seaton

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Maureen Seaton (born in 1947 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) is an American LGBTQ poet, activist, and professor of English at the University of Miami.[1][2] She is the author of eight books of poetry and her memoir Sex Talks to Girls.[3] Throughout her writing career, Seaton has often collaborated with fellow poet Denise Duhamel.[4][5]

Background

Seaton received her MFA in Creative Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Books

  • Fibonacci Batman: New and Selected Poems (1991-2011). Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2013.
  • Genetics. Jackleg Press, 2012.
  • Cave of the Yellow Volkswagen. Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2009.
  • America Loves Carney. Sow's Ear (chapbook), 2009.
  • Sex Talks to Girls. University of Wisconsin Press, 2008.
  • Venus Examines Her Breast. Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2004.
  • Little Ice Age. Invisible City Press, 2001.
  • Miss Molly Rockin'. Thorngate Road (chapbook), 1998.
  • Furious Cooking. University of Iowa Press, 1996.
  • The Sea Among the Cupboards. New Rivers Press, 1992.
  • Fear of Subways. The Eighth Mountain Press, 1991.

Awards and honors

References

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