Polly Buckingham

Polly Buckingham

Polly Buckingham’s books include The Expense of a View (Katherine Anne Porter Prize) and A Year of Silence (Jeanne Leiby Memorial Chapbook Award). Her work appears in The Gettysburg Review, The Threepenny Review, The Poetry Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Sugar House Review, North American Review, The Moth, Hanging Loose, and elsewhere. She was the recipient of an Washington Artist's Trust fellowship and is the founding editor of StringTown magazine. Polly teaches creative writing at Eastern Washington University and is the editor of Willow Springs magazine.

Watch Polly read from her poetry manuscript in progress called Why the Stars Drink Wine in Tennessee!

Watch this video for some wonderful book recommendations from Polly.

Read more about Polly at her website, where you can also purchase her book.

Learn more about Polly's magazine, StringTown.