Updates from MFA Alum Katherine E. Young
July 12, 2021 English
Recent works and updates.
MFA alum Katherine E. Young is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Woman Drinking Absinthe, Day of the Border Guards (2014 Miller Williams Arkansas Poetry Prize finalist), and two chapbooks. Young was named a 2020 Arlington County (Virginia) Individual Artist Grant recipient, a 2017 National Endowment for the Arts translation fellow, and a 2015 Hawthornden Fellow (Scotland). From 2016-2018, she served as the inaugural poet laureate for Arlington, Virginia.
Recent Works by Katherine Young
Woman Drinking Absinthe. Poems by Katherine E. Young
Alan Squire Publishing, 2021
Written in Arlington: Poems of Arlington, Virginia. Edited by Katherine E. Young
Paycock Press, 2020
This work was supported by a 2020 Arlington County Individual Artist Grant to Katherine E. Young. The project includes not just the written anthology (150 poems, 87 poets, 4 languages) but a living digital archive of the poems and poets of Arlington, VA, Spoken in Arlington, on YouTube.
Look at Him. A memoir by Anna Starobinets (Russia), translated from the Russian by Katherine E. Young.
Three String Books, 2020
Farewell, Aylis: A Non-Traditional Novel in Three Works. Written by Akram Aylisli (Azerbaijan), translated from the Russian by Katherine E. Young.
Academic Studies Press, 2018
Blue Birds and Red Horses. Poems by Inna Kabysh, translated from the Russian by Katherine E. Young
Toad Press, 2018
Two Poems. Poems by Inna Kabysh, translated from the Russian by Katherine E. Young
Artist's Proof Editions, 2016