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Tricia Knoll

Tricia Knoll

Born: 1947 in Chicago Illinois, USA
Resides: Williston, Vermont, USA
E-mail: triciaknoll (at) gmail (dot) com

Tricia Knoll is a Vermont poet who maintains a daily haiku-writing practice as a way to notice what is happening in her world. Much of her poetry is eco-poetry. Her collection of poetry How I Learned To Be White received the 2018 Indie Book Award for Motivational Poetry. In recent years she has been more focused on poetry publication than haiku publication.
twitter:@triciaknollwind .

Awards and Other Honors:

How I Learned To Be White:the Gold Prize in the Poetry Book Category for Motivational Poetry in the Human Relations Indie Book Prize for 2018.

Books Published:

Urban Wild (Finishing Line Press, 2014); Ocean's Laughter (Aldrich Press, 2015); Broadfork Farm (The Poetry Box, 2017), Checkered Mates (Kelsay Books, 2021).

Selected Work
 
braided moon prints
in the north woods night
the stillness of deer
 
lady bugs
loose in the greenhouse
hot peppers
 
 
 
black ink on her thumb
the freelancer's
blotted safety net
 
a warming oven
black bananas
in the yellow bowl
 
 
 
swaying for the baby
hushed voices
and the first rain
 
a striped towel
over rising bread
the moon's transit
 
 

Credits:

"braided moon prints" - Frogpond Vol. 36:3 (Autumn 2013); "lady bugs"- Kernels Premiere Edition (Spring 2013); "black ink on her thumb", "a warming oven" - Brass Bell, May 2017; "swaying for the baby" - failed haiku Vol. 2, Issue 24, Dec. 2017; "a striped towel" - A Hundred Gourds 3:2, March 2014.

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