Nomi Stone

Nomi Stone‘s second poetry collection Kill Class (Tupelo 2019), based on her anthropological fieldwork across the United States and the Middle East, was recently a finalist for the Julie Suk Award. Winner of a Pushcart Prize, a Fulbright, and broadcast across buses by the Poetry Society of America in Rhode Island, Stone’s poems appear recently in POETRY, American Poetry Review, Best American Poetry, The Nation, The New Republic, and elsewhere. An Assistant Professor in Poetry at the University of Texas, Dallas, Stone’s new poetry collection in progress, “Fieldworkers of the Sublime”, was recently a finalist for Bull City Press’s Frost Place Chapbook competition. Her first anthropological monograph Pinelandia: Human Technology and American Empire/ an anthropology and field-poetics of contemporary war is forthcoming (UC Press, 2022).