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Catherine B. Krause

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In March 2010, Krause was a Featured Artist at [[Counterexample Poetics]], and featured in anthologies of the best poems published that year by ''Children, Churches & Daddies'' and ''Foliate Oak''. She developed a poetry form called the '''quincouplet''', and her essay about it was the Featured Article in [[Galatea Resurrects]] 16.
In March 2010, Krause was a Featured Artist at [[Counterexample Poetics]], and featured in anthologies of the best poems published that year by ''Children, Churches & Daddies'' and ''Foliate Oak''. She developed a poetry form called the '''quincouplet''', and her essay about it was the Featured Article in [[Galatea Resurrects]] 16.
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In 2011 she appeared in [[Gargoyle Magazine]] #57, a magazine that has published many of her favorite poets. In 2013 she appeared in the first ''Reckless Writing'' anthology from [[Chatter House Press]]. She has poetry upcoming in ''Rabbit Ears: TV Poems'', an anthology from [[Poets Wear Prada]] edited by [[Joel Allegretti]].
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In 2011 she appeared in [[Gargoyle Magazine]] #57, a magazine that has published many of her favorite poets. In 2013 she appeared in the first ''Reckless Writing'' anthology from [[Chatter House Press]]. She has poetry upcoming in ''Rabbit Ears: TV Poems'', an anthology from [[NYQ Books]] edited by [[Joel Allegretti]].
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All or most of her already-published poetry is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Despite this, she has independently published a second chapbook, ''The Leopard Slug'' (2014) and has a third forthcoming, ''Ignore This Book: Songs of Discomfort''.
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== External links ==
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Catherine B. Krause (b. 8 Apr 1985) is a Jewish-American computer programmer from Indianapolis, Indiana who lives in DuPont Circle, Washington, D.C.. Her poetry has been published in English, Esperanto, Interlingua and Latin. She is a strong supporter of the free content movement, and all of her poems are released under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

She got her first poetry acceptance from Tipton Poetry Journal. Her first nonfiction acceptance, "All Indians Love Ghandi," was by The Literary Bohemian. Her first chapbook, Classifieds, was published in February 2010 by erbacce-press, taken out of print in 2011 at her request, and independently republished in 2014.

In March 2010, Krause was a Featured Artist at Counterexample Poetics, and featured in anthologies of the best poems published that year by Children, Churches & Daddies and Foliate Oak. She developed a poetry form called the quincouplet, and her essay about it was the Featured Article in Galatea Resurrects 16.

In 2011 she appeared in Gargoyle Magazine #57, a magazine that has published many of her favorite poets. In 2013 she appeared in the first Reckless Writing anthology from Chatter House Press. She has poetry upcoming in Rabbit Ears: TV Poems, an anthology from NYQ Books edited by Joel Allegretti.

External links

  1. Personal webpage
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