Great news about Pittsburgh’s Terrance Haye’s from The New York Times Magazine:
“Terrance is a major voice in American poetry, and we’re lucky to have him in this role. He may be familiar to many of you, since we profiled him several years ago, around the time of the publication of his most recent collection of poems, How To Be Drawn, which was a finalist for a National Book Award. That’s just one of the many commendations he’s received for his work. His previous collection, Lighthead, won the National Book Award in 2010, and he’s also been awarded with a MacArthur Fellowship, a Guggenheim, and a Whiting Award, just to name a few…”
— MacArthur Foundation (@macfound) December 10, 2015
Photo via the MacArthur Foundation.