Keith Kopka is the recipient of the 2019 Tampa Review Prize for his collection of poems, Count Four (University of Tampa Press, 2020). His poetry and criticism have recently appeared in Best New Poets, Mid-American Review, New Ohio Review, Berfrois, Ninth Letter, the International Journal of the Book, and many others. He is the author of the critical text, Asking a Shadow to Dance: An Introduction to the Practice of Poetry and the recipient of the 2017 International Award for Excellence from the Books, Publishing & Libraries Research Network. Kopka is also the co-founder and the Director of Operations for Writers Resist and a Senior Editor at Narrative Magazine. He’s currently an Assistant Professor at Holy Family University in Philadelphia.
"Ancient Astronaut Theory," The Awl
"At The Haunted Doll Market" The Journal
"Coke Folks," Berfrois
"Monument," "I'll Tell You The Same Thing I Told The Other Detective," Queen Mob's Teahouse
"Georgic on the Boston Comma," The Cincinnati Review
"Visiting," The Greensboro Review
"'Arch-Talk' and the Postmodern Gall of Josh Bell and Mark Bibbins," New Ohio Review
"Christine de Pizan and Emily Dickinson: Feminine Power through Textual Production," International Journal of the Book.
EVENTS AND READINGS
Imperial College London, UK.
Presentation, International Conference of The Book: "Christine de Pizan and Emily Dickinson:
Feminine Power through Textual Production"
Presentation, Other Words conference in Tampa Florida.
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Presentation, Sanibel Island Writers Conference
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Draining The Swamp: Writing as Resistance and Social Responsibility in a Post-Truth Era
AWP 2018, with Ruben Quesada, Arisa White, Heather June Gibbons, and Marcelo Hernandez Castillo