Maureen Seaton

Johanna Lawshea

Maureen Seaton has authored seventeen poetry collections, both solo and collaborative—most recently, Fibonacci Batman: New & Selected Poems. Her honors include the Iowa Poetry Prize, Lambda Literary Awards for both lesbian poetry and memoir, the Publishing Triangle’s Audre Lorde Award, the Society of Midland Authors Award, and an NEA Fellowship. Her work has been included in both the Pushcart Prize Anthology and Best American Poetry. She teaches poetry at the University of Miami.  Caprice: Collected, Uncollected, and New Collaborations (Sibling Rivalry Press) is the quirky love child of Denise Duhamel and Maureen Seaton, award-winning poets who teamed up over twenty-five years ago to practice their collaborative skills on every topic they could joyfully exploit—feminism, gender, sex, witches, religion, the canon, movies, and Olive Oyl, to name just a few. From the erotic to the comedic, the political to the poignant, Caprice presents a fresh look at life from the unpredictable minds of two celebrated writers in their prime.