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Richard L Thomas Professor of Creative Writing

Kenyon College

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Kenyon College

104 College Drive

Gambier, Ohio 43022

United States

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· Library Technical Services Work Redesign, 11/03. $100,000 to Denison and Kenyon from the Mellon Foundation to improve access to information resources by jointly redesigning the technical services departments. · Pollution Prevention on the College Camp ... more

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Founding Principal of the Landscape and Language Centre

Edith Cowan University

Editor

Salt Publishing

Editor

The Omega Letter

Affiliations

Fellow
Churchill College

Research Fellow
The University of Western Australia

Fellow
Cambridge Judge Business School

Board Member
Web Del Sol

Creative Fellow
Centre for the Evolution of Cultural Diversity at University College London

Member
OL

Education

PhD studies

Edith Cowan University

law degree

University of Western Australia

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John Kinsella: poet, novelist, critic, and journal editor

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John Kinsella is the author of more than thirty books whose many prizes and awards include The Grace Leven Poetry Prize, the John Bray Award for Poetry from The Adelaide Festival, The Age Poetry Book of The Year Award, The Western Australian Premier's Book Award for Poetry (three times), a Young Australian Creative Fellowship from the former PM of Australia, Paul Keating, and senior Fellowships from the Literature Board of The Australia Council.

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John Kinsella is the editor of the international literary journal Salt, a Consultant Editor to Westerly (CSAL, University of Western Australia), Cambridge correspondent for Overland (Melbourne, Australia), and International Editor of the American journal The Kenyon Review. He co-edited a double issue of Australian poetry for the American journal Poetry with Joseph Parisi, a special pastoral issue of TriQuarterly with Susan Stewart, and numerous other special issues of international literary journals.
John Kinsella is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and was appointed the Richard L Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College in the United States for 2001, where he is now Professor of English. He is also Adjunct Professor to Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, where he is a Principal of the Landscape and Language Centre. His work has been or is being translated into many languages, including French, German, Chinese, Dutch, Spanish, and Russian.
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John Kinsella is poetry critic for the Observer newspaper (UK).


The WDS Board

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JOHN KINSELLA

Mr. Kinsella is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge (UK), the present Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College (Ohio), and Adjunct Professor of Literature at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia He is the author of over twenty volumes of poetry, a novel, a collection of short fiction, three plays, and numerous essays and reviews.


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[John Kinsella]

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John Kinsella
John Kinsella has been the International Editor for Arc Publications since 1998 and has been responsible for bringing many fine poets from the Commonwealth and North America, largely unknown outside their native countries, to a wider international readership through publication by Arc in the UK. As International Editor, he works tirelessly to represent Arc's interests in the international publishing scene.
John Kinsella was born in Perth in 1963, studied at the University of Western Australia and travelled extensively through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. He is a prolific writer and author of over 25 books, has published poems in literary journals internationally and has received a number of literary awards, including a Young Australian Creative Fellowship and a two-year Fellowship from the Literature Fund of the Australia Council.
He is the founding editor of the international literary journal Salt, a consultant to Westerly (CASL, University of Western Australia) and International Editor of the American journal The Kenyon Review. His fiction includes a novel, Genre, and a collection of short stories, Grappling Eros, but he is best known as a poet, with ten full-length collections published by Fremantle Arts Centre Press in Australia.
In 1998, he took up residence in the UK, where he is Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University. He is also Adjunct Professor to Edith Cowan University, Western Australia and Professor of English at Kenyon College in the United States.
As well as being Arc's International Editor he has had three collections published by Arc, the first of which - The Undertow: New and Selected Poems (Arc, 1996) - was his first UK edition. After his second collection for Arc, The Silo: A Pastoral Symphony (1997) he edited Landbridge: An Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, published by Arc in conjunction with Fremantle Arts Centre Press. His third collection, the highly-acclaimed Lightning Tree (originally published in Australia by FACP in 1996) appeared in 2003, and his latest book from Arc, the sequence America was published in January 2006.


John Kinsella ...

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John Kinsella

John Kinsella is the author of more than thirty books whose many prizes and awards include The Grace Leven Poetry Prize, the John Bray Award for Poetry from The Adelaide Festival, The Age Poetry Book of The Year Award, The Western Australian Premier's Book Award for Poetry (three times), a Young Australian Creative Fellowship from the former PM of Australia, Paul Keating, and senior Fellowships from the Literature Board of The Australia Council.
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John Kinsella is the editor of the international literary journal Salt, a Consultant Editor to Westerly (CSAL, University of Western Australia), Cambridge correspondent for Overland (Melbourne, Australia), and International Editor of the American journal The Kenyon Review. John Kinsella is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and was appointed the Richard L Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College in the United States for 2001, where he is now Professor of English. He is also Adjunct Professor to Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, where he is a Principal of the Landscape and Language Centre.


Ars Interpres Publications, Stockholm - New York - Moscow

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 John Kinsella Ars Interpres Publications, Stockholm - New York - Moscow

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John Kinsella
John Kinsella is the author of more than thirty books. He has also
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John Kinsella is founding editor for the international literary publisher Salt, a Consultant Editor to Westerly (CSAL, University of Western Australia), Cambridge correspondent for Overland (Melbourne, Australia), and International Editor of the American journal The Kenyon Review . He co-edited a double issue of Australian poetry for the American journal Poetry with Joseph Parisi, a special pastoral issue of TriQuarterly with Susan Stewart, and numerous other special issues of international literary journals.
John Kinsella is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and was appointed the Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College in the United States for 2001, where he was Professor of English until 2005. Professor Kinsella is at present a Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, and also Adjunct Professor to Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, where he was a founding Principal of the Landscape and Language Centre. His work has been or is being translated into many languages, including French, German, Chinese, Dutch, Spanish, and Russian.
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John Kinsella was senior poetry critic for the Observer newspaper (UK), and now reviews for Scotland on Sunday.

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