**Editor’s Note** It is with great pleasure that we share our newest featured member of Tiferet! You can learn more on all featured members by clicking here. If you would like to be featured you can click here and fill out the brief form.
Virginia Chase Sutton loves to travel and has recently returned from her third trip to Buenos Aires, a place she considers as her second home. She collects vintage hats, evening bags and costume jewelry, and shops at second hand stores and yard sales. She has published two books of poetry: “[amazon-product text=”Embellishments” type=”text”]0966145259[/amazon-product]” (Chatoyant) and “[amazon-product text=”What Brings You To Del Amo” type=”text”]1555536891[/amazon-product]” which won the Morse Poetry Prize. She has been the Louis Untermeyer Scholar in Poetry at Bread Loaf and won the National Poet Hun. Her poems have appeared in “Paris Review” and “Ploughshares” among many other literary publications, journals and anthologies. Her MFA is from Vermont College of Fine Arts and she lives in Tempe, Arizona.
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- Tiferet Member Profile
- Personal Website
- Books: Links listed above
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(Donna) I really enjoy and admire the poetry of @Virginia Chase Sutton. I first read her work when I was a Poetry Editor at @Bellevue Literary Review. Her poems dramatically stood out from the slush pile, and we published her more than once. She is a very good poet.