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2005 Whiting Awards Recipients [US]:
This year’s winners include one playwright, three fiction writers, five poets and one who writes both poetry and fiction. [...]

Thomas Sayers Ellis, poetry. His first book, The Maverick Room (Graywolf Press), was published this year. He teaches at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. [...]

Ilya Kaminsky, poetry. His book, Dancing in Odessa, was published this year by Tupelo Press. Born in the former Soviet Union, he now lives in Berkeley. [...]

John Keene, fiction/poetry. His first novel, Annotations, was published by New Directions in 1995. A professor at Northwestern University, he lives in Chicago and Jersey City.

Dana Levin, poetry. She is the author of two books, In the Surgical Theatre and Wedding Day, both published by Copper Canyon Press. She lives in Santa Fe.

Spencer Reece, poetry. His book, The Clerks’s Tale, was published by Mariner Books in 2004. He lives in Juno Beach, Florida.

Tracy K. Smith, poetry. Her first collection of poems, The Body’s Question, was published by Graywolf in 2003. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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