Rae Armantrout’s latest book of poetry, <em>Itself,</em> is due out in February, 2015. Her other books include <em>Just Saying</em>; <em>Money Shot</em>; <em>Versed</em>, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 2010; <em>Next Life</em>, selected by the <em>New York Times</em> as one of the most notable books of 2007; <em>Up to Speed</em>, a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award in Poetry; and <em>Veil: New and Selected Poems</em>, also a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award. Her poetry has appeared in <em>Language Poetries</em>;<em> In The American Tree</em>; <em>Postmodern American Poetry</em>;<em> Poems for the Millennium, Vol. 2</em>; <em>American Women Poets of the 21st Century</em>; and several editions of <em>Best American Poetry</em>. She is also the author of a prose memoir, <em>True</em>. She teaches writing at the University of California, San Diego.
Funding provided by the Jackson Poetry Endowment.