| Author, Poet|
| April 28, 1947 (age 68)
Berlin, Germany (1947-04-28) |
Woman in the Painting, House without a dreamer, The other life, Living on the Cusp, The Lost Roads Project: A
Andrea Hollander Budy Wikipedia
Andrea Hollander (Budy) (born April 28, 1947 in Berlin, Germany) is an American poet. Her most recent poetry collection is Landscape with Female Figure: New & Selected Poems, 1982 - 2012 (Autumn House Press, 2013), which was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award in Poetry. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Georgia Review, The Gettysburg Review, New Letters, FIELD, Five Points, Shenandoah, and Creative Nonfiction. She was raised in Colorado, Texas, New York, and New Jersey, and educated at Boston University and the University of Colorado. From 1991 till 2013, Hollander was writer-in-residence at Lyon College. She married designer/builder Todd Budy, on July 18, 1976, and divorced him on August 16, 2011. They have a son, Brooke. Until their divorce they lived in the Ozark Mountains near Mountain View, Arkansas. Hollander, who reclaimed her maiden name after the divorce, now lives in Portland, Oregon, where she teaches writing workshops at The Attic Institute for Arts and Letters and at Mountain Writers Series.
2014 Oregon Literary Fellowsip
2008 Subiaco Award for Literary Merit for Excellence in the Writing and Teaching of Poetry.
2007 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
1993 Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize, for House Without a Dreamer
1991 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
D. H. Lawrence Fellowship
Runes Poetry Award
Arkansas Arts Council fellowships
Full-Length Poetry CollectionsLandscape with Female Figure: New & Selected Poems, 1982 - 2012. Autumn House Press. 2014. ISBN 978-1-932870-85-5.
Woman in the Painting. Autumn House Press. 2006. ISBN 978-1-932870-11-4.
The Other Life. Story Line Press. 2001. ISBN 978-1-885266-98-9.
House Without a Dreamer. Story Line Press. 1995.
What the other eye sees. Wayland Press. 1991. Chapbook
Anthologies EditedAndrea Hollander Budy, ed. (2008). When She Named Fire: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry by American Women. Autumn House Press. ISBN 978-1-932870-26-8.
Anthology PublicationsSonny Brewer, ed. (2005). "The Explanation". Stories from the Blue Moon Café IV. MacAdam/Cage Publishing. ISBN 978-1-59692-142-9.
Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Claudia Carlson, eds. (2003). The poets' Grimm: 20th century poems from Grimm fairy tales. Story Line Press. ISBN 978-1-58654-027-2. CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter (link)
Sue Ellen Thompson, ed. (2005). The Autumn House Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry. Autumn House Press. ISBN 978-1-932870-06-0.
Bill Henderson, ed. (2003). Pushcart prize XXVII: best of the small presses. Pushcart Press. ISBN 978-1-888889-35-2.
Utterly of-the-moment and thoroughly inclusive, When She Named Fire, in step with this historical importance, will hold the attention of even the most well read of interested poetry connoisseurs: even those already well-acquainted with women writers in particular.