Adjunct Faculty, English
BA, Plymouth State College; MFA, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Office: Ellen Reed House
Ethan Paquin graduated from Plymouth State College with a BA in English-Writing, and received his MFA in Poetry from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He is the author of the forthcoming Cloud vs. Cloud (Ahsahta Press, 2013) as well as four other books of poems, which have been reviewed in publications including The London Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly, Poetry Review (London), New Review of Literature, and PN Review (London). His creative writing and criticism/commentary have appeared in publications including The Colorado Review, The Boston Review, New American Writing, Quarterly West, Verse, Esquire.com, The Wall Street Journal, Canadian Review of Books, and Meanjin (Australia). Paquin is the founding editor of the longstanding online literary journal Slope (www.slope.org), and is co-founder and director of the nonprofit small poetry press, Slope Editions.
My Thieves (UK: Salt Publishing, 2007).
The Violence (Boise State University: Ahsahta Press, 2005).
Accumulus (UK: Salt Publishing, 2003).
The Makeshift (UK: Stride Books, 2002).
Selected Awards and Recognition
Runner-up, 2005 Poetry Society of America William Carlos Williams Award. Selected by Marjorie Welish. May 2006.
Courses Taught at PSU
Writing and the Creative Process
Murder, Mayhem & Madness/The Outsider