The Shepherd University’s Society for Creative Writing in the Department of English and Modern Languages features award-winning poet Annie Kim in the latest installment in the At Home with Poetry series.
Kim is a poet, lawyer and violinist. His books are “Eros, Unbroken” (2020), winner of the Washington Prize 2019 and recently named finalist for the INDIES Book of Poetry of the Year 2020, and “Into the Cyclorama”, winner of the Michael Waters Poetry Prize (Southern Indiana Review Press, 2016). Kim’s poems have been published in journals such as Beloit Poetry Journal, The Cincinnati Review, Four Way Review, Kenyon Review, Narrative and Pleiades.
A graduate of Warren Wilson College’s Master of Fine Arts Program for Writers and a Virginia Center for Creative Arts and Hambidge Center Fellowship Holder, Kim works at the University of Virginia Law School as Associate Dean of public service. She teaches law students about public interest law and writes essays for DMQ Review.
“Annie Kim is not only a wonderful poet and reader, but also a great ambassador for poetry in her video players,” said Sadie Shorr-Parks, director of the Society for Creative Writing. “I think the audience will enjoy her discussion of poetry and poetry writing.”