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Gretchen Fletcher's poetry has been published in journals including The Chattahoochee Review, Pacific Coast Journal, Northeast Corridor, Inkwell, Pudding Magazine, Upstreet, Canada's lichen, and online at Poetry Southeast and A Prairie Home Companion. Her poems have also been anthologized in Gival Press's Poetic Voices Without Borders, Ghost Road Press's Open Windows 2005, Sincerely Elvis, You Are Here: New York Streets in Poetry and Proposing on the Brooklyn Bridge: Poems About Marriage. Her poem, "The Sand Women," was choreographed and performed by dance companies in Palm Beach and San Francisco, and others appear in datebooks published in Chicago by Woman Made Gallery. Gretchen leads poetry and creative nonfiction workshops for Florida Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Library of Congress. Some of her poems can be read on her website at poetgretchen.com.
Winning Entry: A Crown of Sonnets on the Euphronios Krater
Contest Won: Margaret Reid Poetry Contest for Traditional Verse 2007, Honorable Mention