Carol Coffee Reposa

Poetry

At the Amusement Park

Jogging in New England

Biographical Information

Carol Coffee Reposa earned her B.A. and M.A. in English at the University of Texas at Austin and has taken post-graduate courses at University of Texas at Austin, Trinity Univsersity (San Antonio), and the University of Texas at San Antonio. Her poems have appeared in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Formalist, Blue Mesa Review, San Jose Studies, Descant, Amarillo Bay, Context South, The Texas Observer, Concho River Review, Southwestern American Literature, and River Sedge, among others. She has two books of poetry, At the Border: Winter Lights and The Green Room, with a third manuscript, Facts of Life, in press. She was a finalist in The Malahat Review Long Poem Contest (1988), winner of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Poetry Contest (1991), and second prize winner of the Blue Unicorn Poetry Contest (1992). Twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize, she also has received two Fulbright/Hays Fellowships, the first for study in Russia (1995) and a second for research in Peru and Ecuador (1999). She teaches English at San Antonio College.

Interviewer

Graham Stewart

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