Mary Warren Foulk has been published in Evening Street Review, VoiceCatcher, Hip Mama, Cathexis Northwest Press, Yes Poetry, Arlington Literary Journal (ArLiJo, Gival Press), Los Angeles Poet Society, Pine Hills Review, and Palette Poetry, among other publications. Her work also has appeared in (M)othering Anthology (Inanna Publications), Who’s Your Mama?: The Unsung Voices of Women and Mothers (Soft Skull Press), and My Loves: A Digital Anthology of Queer Love Poems (Ghost City Press). Her chapbook, If I Could Write You a Happier Ending, is forthcoming from dancing girl press (2021). Mary has attended several writing workshops and conferences, from The Writers Studio to AWP events, as well as received a number of fellowships and grants, including from the National Endowment of the Humanities. A graduate of the MFA Writing program at Vermont College of Fine Arts, Mary lives in western Massachusetts with her wife and two children. She is an educator, writer, and activist.
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