won the 2008 Many Mountains Moving Press Poetry Book Prize for All That
Gorgeous Pitiless Song. She also published God, Seed (Tebot
Bach Press: 2010), environmental poetry with art by Lorna Stevens, which
received the 2010 Foreword Book of the Year Award. She also published two
chapbooks, Mom’s Canoe and Dark Card (Robert Phillips
Poetry Chapbook Prizes, 2008 and 2009). Her
poems have been published in Hudson Review, Massachusetts Review, Sewanee
Review, Southern Indiana Review, Zyzzyva, and elsewhere. Her fiction,
essays and book reviews appear in American Book Review, Chautauqua,
Rumpus, Poetry Flash, Tikkun and other journals. Foust
received an MFA from Warren Wilson in 2010 and is the 2014
Dartmouth Poet in Residence at the Frost Place.
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