Page Hill Starzinger
Page Hill Starzinger’s second poetry collection, Vortex Street (2020), was short-listed for the Grand Prize in Poetry by the Eric Hoffer Award Committee. Her first book, Vestigial (2013), won the Barrow Street Book Prize, selected by Lynn Emanuel. Both are from Barrow Street Press, NYC. Her chapbook, Unshelter (2009), won the Noemi contest, chosen by Mary Jo Bang. Poems are forthcoming or have appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, Kenyon Review, Fence, West Branch, Pleiades, Volt, and others. Starzinger was Copy Director at Aveda for almost twenty years, and co-authored A Bouquet from the Met (Abrams, 1998). She was a Peter Taylor Fellow at Kenyon Review Summer Workshops in 2014 and 2018. She taught a craft class at The Frost Place, A Center for Poetry & the Arts as a Special Guest in 2013. Starzinger lives in New York City.