Sheryl St. Germain
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Sheryl St. Germain directs the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Chatham University. She has published several poetry books and a memoir, Swamp Songs, about growing up in New Orleans. Winner of many awards, including two NEA grants and the William Faulkner award for the personal essay, her most recent book of poetry is Let it Be a Dark Roux: New and Selected Poems. She is co-editor of Between Song and Story: Essays for the Twenty-first Century.
“I continue to be inspired and nourished by my time at A Studio in the Woods and have twice brought my creative writing graduate students there so that they might also have a taste of that inspiration.”