Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Kurowska has lived, studied, and worked in Illinois since she immigrated from Poland in 1988. Biography: A bi-lingual poet-immigrant, Joanna Kurowska is the author of seven critically acclaimed books of poetry. Her work has been published in American and European journals such as ''Atticus Review'', ''Bateau, Christianity & Literature'', ''The Conradian'', ''International Poetry Review'', ''Kultura'' (Paris), ''Levure liiéraire'', ''Off the Coast'', ''Room'', ''Southern Quarterly'', and elsewhere. Kurowska holds a Ph.D. in literature and has taught at several American universities, including Indiana University and the University of Chicago. In-debth interview: [https://dspace.flinders.edu.au/xmlui/bitstream/handle/2328/35860/Kurowska_Sharma.pdf?sequence=1 Writers in Conversation; Flinders University, Australia].
- -- Featured Illinois Author in Willow Review, 2016
- -- Nominated for Pushcart, 2011, 2014 and 2015
- -- Selected for ''The Best of Vine Leaves'' anthology, 2014
- -- Award in Jerzy Popie?uszko National Poetry Contest, 1994 (Poland)
Joanna Kurowska on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=au%3AKurowska%2C+Joanna.&qt=hot_author
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