Jeffrey Ethan Lee
Jeffrey Ethan Lee won the $1,000 prize from the Sow’s Ear Poetry Chapbook competition in 2002 for The Sylf, and he published a chapbook with Ashland Press in 2001. He also won a generous grant from the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance to perform a full-length dramatic poem with music which was recorded with the support of a Special Opportunities Stipend grant from the PA Council on the Arts by Drimala Records. He also won the first Tupelo Press Prize for literary fiction in 2001. His poems, stories, and essays have appeared in American Poetry Review, Crab Orchard Review, Crazyhorse, Green Mountain Review, Many Mountains Moving, Xconnect, and others. He now teaches at the University of Northern Colorado.
Jeffrey Ethan Lee’s “autumnal on a day her mother threatened suicide,” “but they’ll kill you (in bethlehem, p.a.),” “lost hotel in allentown, pennsylvania,” “Hitting Rock Bottom,” and “Brooklyn F Train August Duet (for evangelical ranter and red-faced retiree)” appear in Caketrain Issue 01.
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