Jacob Oet

 

Jacob Oet is a poet, playwright, and artist. They are an MFA candidate in poetry at Syracuse University. Jacob Oet’s seventh chapbook, With Porcupine, won Arcadia Magazine’s 2015 Ruby Irene Poetry Chapbook Contest. Their work has been published in over 60 literary journals and anthologies, including The Poetry Review, The Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, and The Monarch Review. Their play, Self-Talk, premiered in 2015 at Divadlo Archa in Prague. Jacob Oet’s book-length manuscript, With Porcupine, was named a finalist for the 2015 Moon City Poetry Award, the 2015 Backwaters Prize, the 2015 Able Muse Book Award, the 2015 Hillary Gravendyk Prize, and the 2015 Knut House Prize in Poetry. Jacob Oet’s other awards include the 2013 Abraham Sutzkever Centennial Translation Prize (runner-up, awarded by Edward Hirsch), the 2011 Baker Nord Poetry Competition (awarded by Jorie Graham), the 2011 Younkin-Rivera Poetry Prize (awarded by Allison Joseph), the 2011 Ohioana Robert Fox Award, and the 2010 Poetry in the Garden Competition (awarded by Ilya Kaminsky).

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Jacob Oet
Jacob Oet is a poet, playwright, and artist. They are an MFA candidate in poetry at Syracuse University. Jacob Oet’s seventh chapbook, With Porcupine, won Arcadia Magazine’s 2015 Ruby Irene Poetry Chapbook Contest. Their work has been published in over 60 literary journals and anthologies, including The Poetry Review, The Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, and The Monarch Review. Their play, Self-Talk, premiered in 2015 at Divadlo Archa in Prague. Jacob Oet’s book-length manuscript, With Porcupine, was named a finalist for the 2015 Moon City Poetry Award, the 2015 Backwaters Prize, the 2015 Able Muse Book Award, the 2015 Hillary Gravendyk Prize, and the 2015 Knut House Prize in Poetry. Jacob Oet’s other awards include the 2013 Abraham Sutzkever Centennial Translation Prize (runner-up, awarded by Edward Hirsch), the 2011 Baker Nord Poetry Competition (awarded by Jorie Graham), the 2011 Younkin-Rivera Poetry Prize (awarded by Allison Joseph), the 2011 Ohioana Robert Fox Award, and the 2010 Poetry in the Garden Competition (awarded by Ilya Kaminsky).

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