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Christopher Locke

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Local Address:  Los Angeles , California , United States
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Employment History


  • MFA
    Goddard College
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Christopher Locke: ..., 27 May 2014 [cached]
Christopher Locke: English
Christopher Locke received his MFA from Goddard College in Vermont, and brings over 15 years independent school experience to NSA, serving in such capacities as Academic Director, Arts & Humanities Head, English Teacher, Creative Writing Director, Literary Magazine Advisor, Dorm Parent, and Baseball and Basketball Coach at previous boarding schools. He is married to NSA's Lisa Williams and together they have two daughters, Grace and Sophie. When not teaching, spending time with his family, or hanging out with students, Chris is usually busy writing; an award-winning essayist, poet, and playwright, his seventh book has just been published.
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Christopher Locke - North Star The Pedestal Magazine > Archives > ISSUE SEVEN: Dec (01)-Feb (02) > Poetry >Christopher Locke - North Star
The Pedestal Magazine > Archives > ISSUE SEVEN: Dec (01)-Feb (02) > Poetry >Christopher Locke - North Star
Christopher Locke is the author of a collection of poetry titled How to Burn (Adastra Press, 1995). Slipping Under Diamond Light, his second collection, is forthcoming this winter from Clamp Down Press. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in various magazines, including The Literary Review, The Larcom Review, Descant, The Sun, Exquisite Corpse, The Connecticut Review, The Chattahoochee Review, and The Anthology of Magazine Verse & Yearbook of American Poetry. He has received several awards and commendations for his poetry, including a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and a fellowship from Foundacion Valparaiso in Spain. In 2001, he was a recipient in the Robert Penn Warren Awards. He lives in Massachusetts and is a staff writer for the magazine Red Herring.
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Christopher Locke was born in Laconia, New Hampshire in 1968. His poems have appeared widely in the U.S. and Ireland, including such magazines as The SHOp, Burning Bush 2, The Stinging Fly, Southwest Review, Poetry East, Rattle, The Sun, The Literary Review, etc.
He is the author of the poetry collections How To Burn (Adastra Press, 1995), Slipping Under DiamondLight (Clamp Down Press, 2002), Possessed (Editor's Choice Award, Main Street Rag Press, 2005), The Temple of ManyHands (Dead Drunk Dublin Press, 2010), End of AmericanMagic (Salmon Poetry, 2010), Waiting For Grace & Other Poems (Turning Point, 2013) and the memoir Can I Say (Kattywompus Press, 2013).
A recipient of grants in poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the New Hampshire Council on the Arts, and Fundación Valparaiso (Spain), Chris has won numerous awards, including two Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prizes, and he has been a finalist for the Atlanta Review International Poetry Competition; Georgetown Review Annual Literary Competition; the New Issues Press Poetry Prize, and the Robert Penn Warren Award.
He has also received several Pushcart Prize nominations. His writing appears widely and has been featured twice on both National Public Radio and RTE Radio One. Come see why U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins says Locke's work will have you "helplessly engaged. Find more at
Christopher Locke is a poet with huge imaginative and metaphorical gifts, i.e., his imagination is poetic. An angry Nun stands over his speaker in the third grade "...her skirt as black/as a tornado before it inhales a barn.
Christopher Locke's poems remember rage, and are nearly undone by regret, but prove faithful to pathos in the end. --Christopher Bakken
Shortridge Academy - Staff Profiles, 22 Feb 2007 [cached]
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CHRISTOPHER LOCKE, Academic Director
Chris comes to Shortridge Academy as a dedicated educator and published writer.Chris taught English for four years and served as Head of the Arts and Humanities Department at the Academy at Swift River.Chris' writings have appeared in over 70 magazines throughout North America, England, and Australia.He has received numerous awards for his writing, including a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a fellowship from Fundación Valparaiso in Spain, and the Robert Penn Warren Award.When not working with kids, Chris loves to spend time with his wife and two children, and also enjoys cooking, basketball, and photography.
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