About (self)



           Nicholas Gulig is a poet from Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Educated at the University of Montana and the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop, he is the recipient of the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg and Ruskin Art Club awards for poetry, as well as prizes from CutBank and the Black Warrior Review. His work has appeared in numerous journals across the country including ForkLift Ohio, The Columbia Poetry Review, The Black Warrior Review, The Columbia Review, Strange Machine, FIELD, Corduroy Mountain, CutBank, The Los Angeles Review, and the Colorado Review. A chapbook, "West of Center" is forthcoming from Camber Press. Currently, he lives in Bangkok, Thailand as a Fulbright Scholar studying contemporary southeast Asian poetry.


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