About Me

Bart Rawlinson is the President of the Mendocino College Federation of Teachers for 2020 — 2022. He has been an Artist-in-Residence at Green Olive Arts in Morocco and at Arteles in Hämeenkyrö, Finland. He was named the Faculty of Excellence by his peers in 2014. He received the 2013 William Matthews Poetry Prize. He has also received the Joseph Henry Jackson Award, the Eugene Ruggles Poetry Prize, and the Robert Browning Society’s Award for Dramatic Monologue, among other awards. His work appears in One, The Rumpus, Williwaw Journal, Asheville Poetry Review, Assaracus, New Millennium WritingsSanta Clara Review and other magazines. He is an Associate Professor, English at Mendocino College in Northern California, USA.

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  1. Bart – how thrilled I am to have found you – and what an astonishing life you have lived and are living! I remember you with great fondness – and real gratitude for your poetic sensitivities. You introduced me to Denise Levertov in gifting me The Freeing of the Dust. I am eager to read your work. I’m dazzled, really – sending you very best wishes –

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    1. David! What a wonderful surprise to hear from you. I’m so glad you reached out. I remember you from the French program at Baylor, plus we were in one of Annie Laurie Miller’s English courses, too. I hope life is treating you well. :–)

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      1. Great! I remember you very well, especially since we were both English majors. My name was Carol Small back then. I was in the same class as Luann Purcell, Stephen Petty, Lisa Simmons, and many others.

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