Titles by Laura Moriarty
Laura Moriarty was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and Northern California. She attended the University of California at Berkeley. She was the Director of the American Poetry Archives at the Poetry Center at San Francisco State University for many years. She has taught at Naropa University and Mills College and is now the Deputy Director of Small Press Distribution. She won the Poetry Center Book Award in 1983, a Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Award in Poetry in 1992, a New Langton Arts Award in Literature 1998 and a Fund for Poetry grant in 2007. Her books include A Tonalist (Nightboat Books, 2010), A Semblance: Selected and New Poems, 1975-2007 (Omnidawn, 2007), Ultraviolet (Atelos, 2006), Self-Destruction (Post-Apollo Press, 2005), Nude Memoir (Krupskaya, 2000), The Case (0 Books, 1998), Spicer's City (Poetry New York, 1998), Symmetry (Avec Books, 1996), L'Archiviste (Zasterle 1991), Like Roads (Kelsey St. Press, 1990), and Rondeaux (Roof Books, 1990). Who That Divines is forthcoming from Nightboat Books in 2014.