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Alice Fulton, American writer. Recipient Emily Dickenson award, 1980, Academy Poets prize, 1982, Consuelo Ford award, 1984, Rainer Maria Rilke, award 1984, Bess Hokin prize, 1989, Ingrim Merrill Foundation award, 1990; fellow MacDowell Colony, 1978, 79, MIllay Colony, 1980, Guggenheim, 1986-1987, MacArthur Foundation, 1991, Yaddo Colony, 1987; grantee Michigan Council Arts, 1986, 91.

Background

Fulton, Alice was born on January 25, 1952 in Troy, New York, United States.

Education

Bachelor in Creative Writing, Empire State College, 1978. Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Cornell University, 1982. Doctor of Letters (honorary), State University of New York, 1994.

Career

Assistant Professor of English, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1983-1986;William Wilhartz professor, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1986-1989;associate Professor of English, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1990-1992;professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1992. Visiting professor creative writing Vermont College, Montpelier, 1987. Visiting Professor of English, University of California at Los Angeles, 1991.

Works

Connections

Married Hank De Leo, 1980.

spouse:
Hank De Leo