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Anne Coray

Violet Transparent
by Anne Coray

Bone Strings
by Anne Coray

Crosscurrents North
coedited by Anne Coray

About the Publisher

Anne Coray is the author of the poetry collections Violet Transparent, Bone Strings, and A Measure’s Hush. She is coauthor of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve (winner of a 2010 Media & Partnership Award) and coeditor of Crosscurrents North: Alaskans on the Environment. In 2009 she received a Contribution to Literacy in Alaska Award from the Alaska Center for the Book. She has been a finalist with White Pine Press, Carnegie Mellon, Water Press & Media, Rooster Hill Press, and Bright Hill Press. Her chapbook, Ivory, won the 2001 Anabiosis Press competition. The recipient of grants and a fellowship from the Alaska State Council on the Arts and an Individual Artist Project Award from the Rasmuson Foundation, Coray lives at her birthplace on remote Qizhjeh Vena (Lake Clark) in southwest Alaska.


A Measure’s Hush, Boreal Books, 2011
Violet Transparent, FutureCycle Press, 2010
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, coauthor, Alaska Geographic Association, 2009
Crosscurrents North: Alaskans on the Environment, coeditor, U. of Alaska Press, 2008 (http://www.uaf.edu/uapress/book/displaysingle.html?id=316)
Bone Strings, Scarlet Tanager Books, 2005 (www.scarlettanagerbooks.com)


Soon the Wind, Finishing Line Press, 2004
Ivory, Anabiosis Press, competition winner, 2001
Undated Passages, published through a grant from the Alaska State Council on the Arts, 1998

Selected Journals and Magazines

Alaska Quarterly Review, Commonweal, Connecticut Review, Fine Madness, Green Mountains Review, Greensboro Review, Hawai’i Review, Midwest Quarterly, Nimrod, North American Review, Northwest Review, Poetry, Poetry International, Seneca Review, Southern Poetry Review, Southern Review, Sou’wester, Sulfur, Water-Stone Review, The Women’s Review of Books, Verse Daily.


Alaska: Anchorage Art Museum (Anchorage); Bear Gallery (Fairbanks); Borders (Anchorge); Chilkat Center (Haines); Cyrano's (Anchorage); Fireside Books (Palmer); Homer Bookstore (Homer); Kachemak Bay Campus (UAA—Homer), Kenai Peninsula College (UAA—Kenai); The Loussac Library (Anchorage); Noel Wien Library (Fairbanks); Pacific Rim Conference (Anchorage); rivercitybooks (Soldotna); Talkeetna Lodge (Talkeetna, Alaska); Alaska Pacific University (Kellogg Farm); University of Alaska (Fairbanks); University Book Store (Anchorage).

California: Bird & Beckett (San Francisco); The Book Collector (Sacramento); City Arts Gallery (Point Arena); Cody's Books (Oakland); Mendocino Arts Center (Mendocino).

Colorado: Harmony Library (Fort Collins); Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder); The Tattered Cover (Denver); West Side Books (Denver).

Utah: City Library (Salt Lake City).

Washington: Blu Wolf, Distinguished Writers' Series (Tacoma); Elliott Bay Books (Seattle); Epilogue Books (Seattle); Seattle Public Library, (Seattle).

Wisconsin: Eau Claire Public Library (Eau Claire).