Mark Cox teaches in the Vermont College MFA Program and in the Department of Creative Writing at UNC-Wilmington, where he served as founding chair. His honors include a Whiting Writers' Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Oklahoma Book Award, The Society of Midland Authors Poetry Prize, and numerous fellowships. His books include Smoulder (David R. Godine, 1989), Thirty-seven Years from the Stone (Pitt Poetry Series, 1998), and Natural Causes (Pitt Poetry Series, 2004). Most recently, he edited Jack Myers' posthumous poetry collection The Memory of Water (New Issues, 2011).
For more on Mark Cox,
- Read selected poems at Poetry.net
- Read his bio and selected poems at North Carolina Art Council's Poet of the Week
- Read a review and excerpt from Thirty-seven Years from the Stone at University of Pittsburgh Press
- Read "Things My Grandmother Must Have Said" at The Writer's Almanac
- Read his poem "Like a Simile" and an interview with Brian Brodeur at How a Poem Happens
- Read his interview by Doug Diesenhaus for the Randall Library Oral History Project on Creative Writers
- See his faculty page at University of North Carolina Wilmington
- See his Wikipedia bio
- See the Creative Writing Program at UNC
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