Personal profile


Kerry Krouse was born in Natchez, Mississippi. She received her M.F.A. from Saint Mary’s College and has taught literature, writing, and art in the Bay Area for the last 20 years. Kerry’s poetry and book reviews have appeared in both print and online journals such as The Southern Poetry Review, The Mississippi Review, Rattle, Lumina,and Linebreak.  Her work has been anthologized in Appetite: Food As Metaphor, an anthology of women poets by BOA Editions and Two Weeks: A Digital Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. She has received awards from The Academy of American Poets and The Anna Davidson Rosenberg Awards for Poems on the Jewish Experience. 

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Education/Academic qualification

MFA, Creative Writing, Saint Mary's College of California

… → 1999

BA, English, University of Redlands

… → 1995

External positions

Adjunct Faculty Member, Chabot College

Jan 1 1999Jan 1 2007


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