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Twine
Poems
David Koehn



May Sarton New Hampshire Prize Winner for Poetry

Bauhan
2014 • 98 pp. 6 x 9"
Poetry

$16.50 Paperback, 978-0-87233-177-8



The 2013 May Sarton New Hampshire Prize Winner for Poetry

Winner of the 2013 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize, Twine is David Koehn’s first full-length book of poetry. Poet and contest judge Jeff Friedman described Koehn’s collection as consistently evocative, and said it displayed a poetic imagination that transforms its subject matter. Reading each poem is like embarking on a journey.



DAVID KOEHN has been published in a wide range of journals including The Bitter Oleander, Chain, Diner, Artful Dodge, Painted Bride, Poems and Plays, Permafrost, Aethlon, Calapooya, Birmingham Poetry Review, Wisconsin Review, West Wind Review, Southern Indiana Review, Confluence, Oxford Magazine, Whiskey Island, Snake Nation, Cutbank, Apalachee Quarterly, New Millennium Writings, Euphony, Waterways, Alaska Quarterly, The New England Review, The New York Quarterly, and VOLT. Before winning the 2013 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize, he won the Midnight Sun Chapbook Contest, held by Permafrost of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, for his chapbook, Coil. David has an MFA from the University of Florida, a BA in Professional and Creative Writing from Carnegie Mellon, an M.Ed. (equiv.) from the University of Alaska, and was a Breadloaf Rural Teacher Fellow at Middlebury College’s Breadloaf School of English.



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