Celebrating Maureen Seaton's Fisher (Black Lawrence Press, 2018), a book "whose pages are aflame with life." The Lune would not be around without Maureen Seaton's collaborative genius, dauntless invention, and pedagogical grace.
Maureen Seaton is the author of nineteen poetry collections, both solo and collaborative—most recently, Caprice: Collected, Uncollected, and New Collaborations (with Denise Duhamel, Sibling Rivalry Press, 2015). Her awards include the Iowa Poetry Prize and Lambda Literary Award (both for Furious Cooking (U. of Iowa Press, 1996)), the Audre Lorde Award (for Venus Examines Her Breast (Carnegie Mellon UP, 2004)), an NEA fellowship, and two Pushcart Prizes. Her memoir, Sex Talks to Girls (U. of Wisconsin Press, 2008), also garnered a “Lammy.” Seaton is Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Miami, Florida.