Celia Gilbert (’54) is the author of five books of poetry: An Ark of Sorts, winner of the first Jane Kenyon Chapbook Award and Bonfire, both published by Alice James Books, Queen of Darkness, published by Viking Press, Something to Exchange, published by BlazeVOX Books, and an edition of new and selected poems in Polish and English, Cos na wymiane, published in Poland.
Her poetry has appeared in, among other places, Poetry, The New Yorker, Southwest Review, Tin House, and Ploughshares and has been frequently anthologized. She is the winner of an Emily Dickinson Award and a Consuelo Ford Award for her poem, “In Katmandu” given by the Poetry Society of America.
She is also a printmaker and painter.
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