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Auslander, Bonnie

 Person

Acorrding to the Salamander magazine, Bonnie Auslander is a poet, essayist, and radio commentator from Washington, D.C. Her poems have appeared in FIELD, Poet Lore, Gargoyle, and elsewhere, and she recently took first place in the Society for Humanistic Anthropology poetry competition.

Several of her poems including "Ameri-Popsicle Salesforce Guidelines", "Beating Insomnia is Just Finding the Right Metaphor", and "No One's Crossing the Other Way on the One-Lane Covered Bridge" were published in Volume 9, no 2 of Parting Gifts, a project of March Street Press. She lived in Durham, North Carolina at the time the poems were published.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Three poems by Bonnie Auslander

 Item — Box: 112, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 17
Scope and Contents The collection is housed in 136 boxes (the first 135 labeled by Bixby himself) which document the creative output of March Street Press between 1992 until 2009. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between the editor (Robert J. Bixby) and authors, manuscripts, proofs, copyright documents, photographs, cover art and ephemera. It also contains a complete run of the magazine, Parting Gifts, as well as copy of each book published by the press. The...

Two poems by Bonnie Auslander

 Item — Box: 112, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 16
Scope and Contents The collection is housed in 136 boxes (the first 135 labeled by Bixby himself) which document the creative output of March Street Press between 1992 until 2009. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between the editor (Robert J. Bixby) and authors, manuscripts, proofs, copyright documents, photographs, cover art and ephemera. It also contains a complete run of the magazine, Parting Gifts, as well as copy of each book published by the press. The...