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Tiffany Higgins

Tiffany Higgins is the author of "The Apparition at Fort Bragg" (2016), an e-chapbook, winner of the Iron Horse Literary Review e-single contest for a long poem, selected by Camille Dungy. Her book "And Aeneas Stares into Her Helmet" (Carolina Wren Press, 2009) was selected by Evie Shockley as winner of the Carolina Wren Poetry Prize. Her poems appear in Poetry, Broadsided Press, The California Journal of Poetics, Catamaran Literary Reader, From the Fishouse, Kenyon Review, Massachusetts Review, Prelude, Taos Journal of Poetry & Art, and are forthcoming in "Ghost Fishing," an anthology of ecojustice poems (U Georgia). She is the author of a chapbook of translations from Portuguese of Rio poet Alice Sant’Anna’s poetry, "Tail of the Whale" (Toad Press, 2016). Tiffany is currently writing on threats to indigenous and traditional communities in Brazil's Amazon. To read more, please visit tifhiggins.blogspot.com