Eleanor Swanson's recent poetry collection is Trembling in the Bones (Ghost Road Press, 2006). Her journal publications include Missouri Review, Black Warrior Review, High Plains Literary Review, Denver Quarterly, and Southern Review. Swanson has received the A. E. Coppard Prize for Fiction, a Fiction Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, and a Colorado Council on the Arts Fellowship in Literature (fiction). Her first poetry collection, A Thousand Bonds: Marie Curie and the Discovery of Radium, won the Ruth Stevens Manuscript Competition (NFPS Press) and was a finalist for the 2004 Colorado Book Award. She lives in Denver and is a professor of English at Regis University.
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