Kristine Snodgrass is a poet, professor, and publisher. Kristine received an MFA in poetry from University of Miami Creative Writing Program where she was a James Michener Fellow.
As Co-director of Anhinga Press, an independent poetry publisher that has published over 40 years of poets and writers, she is responsible for daily operations, including editorial an administrative.
Kristine is Associate Professor at Florida A&M University where she teaches poetry and composition. Kristine is the founder of the campus literary journal, CaKe a journal of poetry & art; the journal offers a real life publishing opportunity for undergraduate students interested in publishing and creative writing. She is the founder and curator of The FAMU Younger Poets Series held on Florida A&M's campus. This is an ongoing reading series that features new voices in poetry from poets of color.
She is the author of Out of the World (Hysterical Books 2016) The War on Pants (JackLeg Press 2013). Her solo poetry has appeared in decomP, Versal, Big Bridge, and others. She is the author of the chapbooks, Put the Pie Away Quietly and Without Fervor (Cy Gist Press 2012) and Fledgling Starlet (Grey Book Press 2009). Kristine's collaborative work with Maureen Seaton can be found in Diode, Hayden's Ferry Review, Melusine and others. Her triads with Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton can be found in Guernica, DIAGRAM , and the book, Two Thieves & a Liar (JackLeg Press 2012) and a chapbook Facial Geometry (Neo Pepper Press 2006). She has also collaborated with Scott Sweeney (Hot Body Contest Grey Book Press), and with artist Niki Nolin clouds passing (Cloud 9, an exhibit) and book artist Denise Bookwalter (Small Craft Advisory Press) with poet Jay Snodgrass on a letter press broadside, Carte Blanche in addition to an artist book, A Guide to Florida, from the same press. She loves collaborating and is always searching for new projects with artists and poets. Stay tuned! You can find some of Kristine's writing about collaboration at TRIVIA: Voices of Feminism.
Kristine lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband, the poet and artist Jay Snodgrass, and their daughter.
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