Karen Chase (? - Present)

Karen Chase lives, writes, and teaches in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts. Her poems have appeared in many magazines, including The New Yorker, The New Republic, and The Yale Review. Her book of poems, Kazimierz Square, was short-listed for Best Indie Poetry Book of 2000, and her work has been included in major anthologies such as The Norton Introduction to Poetry and Billy Collins’s Poetry 180. She has been a Rockefeller Bellagio Fellow and a MacDowell Fellow.

Poems By Karen Chase

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Mercury (No Comments »)

Kazimierz Square

Before She Died (No Comments »)

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