Robin Chapman

Robin Chapman’s seventh poetry collection, the eelgrass meadow, is out from TebotBach. Recipient of the 2010 Helen Howe Poetry Prize from Appalachia, she lives in Madison, Wisconsin, where she contra dances, paints in watercolor, canoes and gardens with her husband Will, brings cookies to the UW Chaos and Complex Systems Seminar, and writes. Her poems have appeared recently in Alaska Quarterly Review, Prairie Schooner, and Wilderness, among other journals.