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Lee Kottner is a writer and book artist living in the Bronx, NY. She received a liberal and feminist education at Chatham College and an M.A. in medieval English and History at Michigan State University. The rest of her higher education consisted of three years of Gestalt therapy, 20 years of living in New York City, and a couple of long, strange trips to Europe. Her poetry has appeared in several literary journals and small press anthologies, and in a chapbook from Blue Stone Press. She is owner/publisher of Maelstrom House, an occasional producer of finely-bound poetry and short fiction. Her first novel, Prospero’s Daughter, is looking for a good agent, and she currently is working on her second novel. Stories from the Ruins, a hand-bound, hardcover chapbook of 16 poems about the events of 9/11, is her latest book from Another Grid Kid Production. The book is part of the permanent collections of both the Musuem of Modern Art and the…

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  • Born on June 15
  • Joined March 7, 2007

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Lee Kottner is a writer and book artist living in the Bronx, NY. She received a liberal and feminist education at Chatham College and an M.A. in medieval English and History at Michigan State University. The rest of her higher education consisted of three years of Gestalt therapy, 20 years of living in New York City, and a couple of long, strange trips to Europe. Her poetry has appeared in several literary journals and small press anthologies, and in a chapbook from Blue Stone Press. She is owner/publisher of Maelstrom House, an occasional producer of finely-bound poetry and short fiction. Her first novel, Prospero’s Daughter, is looking for a good agent, and she currently is working on her second novel. Stories from the Ruins, a hand-bound, hardcover chapbook of 16 poems about the events of 9/11, is her latest book from Another Grid Kid Production. The book is part of the permanent collections of both the Musuem of Modern Art and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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