Annie Diamond: Nostos- poems

 

Annie Diamond is a promising young poet who has completed studies at Barnard College and Oxford University and will be going on to complete an MFA at Boston University.  She was recently awarded a residency at the prestigious MacDowell Colony, the United States' oldest artist colony, and has won many other awards.  Nostos includes 25 recent poems by Annie, many of which began during her MacDowell Colony residency.  The book was successfully funded via a Kickstarter campaign.


Click here to read Pamela Brown's review of Nostos.


Annie Diamond's Publications, Awards, and Poetry Fellowships

  • Recipient of MacDowell Colony Fellowship, MacDowell Colony, New Hampshire, Winter/Spring 2016 residency period (February—April 2016)
  • Essay, “Why Breakfast is Better in the U.K.,” Food52, February 2016
  • Three poems, The Fem online literary magazine, December 2015
  • Contributor to You’re So Vain: You Probably Think This Zine Is About You, Barnard College, Spring 2015
  • First prize, Helene Searcy Puls Prize, Barnard College, Spring 2015
  • Second prize, Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, Barnard College, Spring 2015
  • First prize and publication, Cargoes Undergraduate Poetry Competition, Spring 2015
  • First prize, Helene Searcy Puls Prize, Barnard College, Spring 2014
  • First prize, best poem of 2013 published in The Lyric, Winter 2014
  • Honorable mention, Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, Barnard College, Spring 2013
  • First prize and publication, The Lyric College Poetry Contest, Winter 2013
  • Five poems, The Avatar Review online literary review, Summer 2013
  • One poem, The Columbia Review, Columbia University, Fall 2012
  • One poem, Apt online literary magazine, Spring 2009