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Christina Davis

Curator of the Woodberry Poetry Room
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Christina Davis is the author of the prizewinning collection, An Ethic (Nightboat, 2013), and Forth A Raven (Alice James, 2006). 

She is the grateful recipient of residencies and fellowships from the Bellagio Center/Rockefeller Foundation, the Dora Maar House (France), the James Merrill House, MacDowell, Yaddo, and the American Academy in Rome. Her poems and essays have appeared in such journals as the Boston Review, Colorado Review, New Republic, Paris Review, Poetry Magazine, and Poets.org.

During the course of her 20-year career devoted to this art form, Davis has served as an editor, events coordinator, arts administrator, and all-around cheerleader at such organizations as Poets House, Teachers & Writers Collaborative and the Poetry Society of America. She is a graduate of Oxford University and the University of Pennsylvania, and has been honored to serve as curator of the Poetry Room for a decade. 

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