Concetta Principe’s fourth book of poetry, Tis Real (Pedlar Press, 2017) was long-listed for the Raymond Souster Award and her first poetry collection, Interference (Guernica, 1999) won the Bresani Award. Her work has appeared in The Malahat Review, Grain, Rampike, Lemonhound, and Rusty Toque, among other print and on-line journals. She is currently working on a few non-fiction projects, and the book-length version of 9 Uneasy Steps Towards a PhD. She is Assistant Professor at Trent University, Durham, where she teaches English literature and creative writing.
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