e. v. noechel

Curriculum Vita

Academic Preparation
Bachelors in English Literature: 1994 The University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Grants and Residencies
North Carolina Arts Council Grant -- Growing Audiences Seminar, 2004
North Carolina Arts Council Grant -- Creative Capital Seminar, 2004
I-Park Artist's Residency, 2003.
Culture and Animals Foundation Grant, 2003.
United Arts Council Grant, 2003.
Culture and Animals Foundation Grant, 2002.
North Carolina Arts Council--Artists' Grant 2001.
Headlands Center for the Arts residency, 2001.
Vermont Studio Center--Writers' Grant 1998.
Duke University Talent Identification Program-three summers at Brenau College Firespark Program for the Arts. 1987, 1988, 1989.

Writing Awards
Knoxville Writers' Guild Poetry Contest, First Prize -- 2015
Wurgle Flomp Poetry Competition, Honorable Mention -- 2006 Lit.org, Second Place--2004
Black Bear Review Poetry Of Social Concern Poetry Competition, Second Place--2003.
Brain Storm Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention--2002.
Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award, Honorable Mention--2002.
Barnes and Noble Poetry Award--2002.
Gertrude Poetry Award, First Prize--2001
Pushcart Prize nominee -- 2001
Wordwrights Magazine Best of Issue Award--2001.
Spectator Magazine Poetry Contest, Second Prize--2001.
Carolina Woman Poetry Contest, Grand Prize--2000.
Independent Weekly Poetry Contest, First Place--2000.
The Lyricist Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention--1999.
Independent Weekly Poetry Contest, Runner Up--1999.

Other Awards
Shepherd House Assisted Living Volunteer Award--2000.
The Culture and Animals Foundation Award for Outstanding Local Activism-- 1999.

Books
Gone published by Foothills Publishing, NY, 2010.
Get the Rollax Replicaas You Watned, Vermin published by Assume Nothing Press, 2007.
Museum Mundane published by Argonne House Press, Washington, DC 2003.
Murder of Crows published by Argonne House Press, Washington, DC 2003.
Sanitized in progress.
Quiet Sickness in progress.
The Yummy for Dogs Cookbook 2005

Anthologies
PWSS: A Poetry Project for Those in Need, Sun Rising Poetry Press, 2006.
Immigration Emigration Diversity, Edited by Timothy F. Crowley and Jaki Shelton Green, 2005.
Chicken Soup for the Cat Lovers Soul, Edited by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Marty Becker, D.V.M. and Amy D. Shojai, 2005.
Celebrating Life, Main Street Rag Publishing Company, Charlotte, NC: Tonic and Stone Fruit. 2002.

Columns and Articles
Etsy For Animals Blog, Various Articles, 2011-ongoing
Etsy For Animals, "Toxoplasmosis: Don’t Give Up Your Cat", March, 2014
It's a Rat's World Magazine, Various Articles, 2009-ongoing.
Independent Weekly Magazine, "Agnes Alone", August, 2007.
Innerchange, Minding the Menagerie, ongoing column, Jan. 2007.
Independent Weekly Magazine, "Elegy to My Laptop, or Goodby My Hard Driven Love", May, 2007.
Independent Weekly Magazine, "Foreign Aid", September, 2006
Independent Weekly Magazine, "Lament Upon a Cocktail Napkin", July, 2006.
Independent Weekly Magazine, "God Spelled Backwards", June 2006.
Good Dogz Online Magazine, "Heroes in Training." October 2005.
DoggieFun Online Magazine, Various articles published. 2002-present.
Flagpole Magazine, Athens, Georgia, June 1993 to July, 1995. "My Back Pages"
Preparation X, Raleigh, North Carolina. Various articles published.
ZNN Magazine, Charlotte, North Carolina. "Veganism: the Simplest Step"

Workshops Taught
Raleigh Charter High School, Raleigh, North Carolina. Various poetry workshops-- 2002, 2003.
Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Raleigh, North Carolina. Ongoing writing class--2002.
Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Raleigh, North Carolina. Barnes and Noble's World's Largest Writing Workshop--2001.

Experience in Publication
Vice President, Carolina Wren Press November 2004 to 2005.
Appointed to Board of Directors, Carolina Wren Press 2002 to 2005.
Appointed to Editorial Writing Staff, Doggiefun Online Magazine 2002 to present.
Editor, Yowl Magazine, a publication of Animus Animal Press, 2004-2005.

Photos
Edgar, featured in The Pig and I by Rachel Toor, Hudson Street Press. 2005
Lamb, Sinking and Evolution, featured in Thrift Poetic Art. 2005
New Orleans featured in Small Potatoes Magazine. 2005

Poems in Periodicals
Open Minds Quarterly (Fall 2015) "Somnesia"
Open Minds Quarterly (Summer 2015) "Pain Scale" and "Carbon Monoxide"
Open Minds Quarterly (Spring 2015) "High Functioning"
Sliver of Stone (October 2014) "Paris in Grayscale"
Vox Poetica (2012) "Dinosaur"
Vox Poetica (2012) "Tried It Once"
The Whole Beast (2012) "Drawn" and "Reach"
The Other Herald (2012) "Fetch"
Vox Poetica (2012) "Louvre Cats"
Open Minds Quarterly (2010) ":01"
Open Minds Quarterly (2010) "5:30, 3 and 9"
Open Minds Quarterly (2009) "A Bucket of Divinity"
Iodine Poetry Journal (2009) "Fear, My Friend"
Writers Inc. (2008) "So This Is"
Neon, Four Volts (2008) "Birth of Rat"
Rokovoko (2007) "Sharpening the Hatchet" and "Lightening Bugs"
ESC! (2007) "Humus"
Poetry Kit Online (2006) "Criminal Intent"
The Blotter Magazine (2006) "Regarding 1", "Drugs Advised for Rape Victims", "17:30:36 -0500 15 Min. Hangover"
Kakalak Poetry Review (2006) "Four More Hours"
Small Potatoes Magazine (2005) "Completed"
Carolina Quarterly, North Carolina (2005) "Clearing"
Thrift Poetic Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina (2004) ":01", "Clearing"
Cellar Roots, Ypsilanti, Michigan (2004) "31", "And Now"
Lit.org (2004) "Almost Haiku"
Cellar Roots, Ypsilanti, Michigan (2004) "Damn You, Dryer Sheet"
Thrift Poetic Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina (2004) "Honey" and "Psychic Hotline Tanka."
The Blotter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (2003) "Declawed", "Sugar Sour Lemon Drop", "A Bucket of Divinity"
Premiere Generation Ink, Madison, Wisconsin (2003) ":01" and "Anne/Gladys".
Slipstream, Niagra Falls, New York (2003) Red
Snake Nation Review, Valdosta, Georgia (2003) "Bay" and "Next Time, Mercutio".
Open Minds Quarterly, Sudbury, Ontario (2003) "Eleven Cats".
Thrift Poetic Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina (2003) "A Bucket of Divinity" and "Seeds and Strychnine".
Foliate Oak (2003) "Hail" and "How Light, The Severed Head".
WordWrights, Washington, DC (2002) "Pieces", "Call", "Next Time, Mercutio", "Bay", "Eve", "Stone Fruit", "Where the Oxygen Thins", "Love Song to the Razor-Tailed Swallow", "And Then There Was the Time", "Airline/Feline".
The Blind Man's Rainbow, Erie, Pennsylvania (2002) "Cats, Remember", "Pigeon", and "Almost Haiku".
Paterson Review, Paterson, New Jersey (2002) "And Then There was the Time"
Into the Teeth of the Wind, Santa Barbara, California (2002) "Lost Letters"
Raleigh News and Observer (2002) "Pieces" featured in The Sunday Reader
The Lyricist (2002) "Abduction"
Sojourn, Dallas, Texas (2002) "Bay"
Sojourn, Dallas, Texas (2002) "Next Time, Mercutio
Sojourn, Dallas, Texas (2002) "Advent dog"
Bayou Pensacola, Florida (2002) "Eve"
Bayou, Pensacola, Florida (2002) "Abduction"
Open Minds Quarterly, Sudbury, Ontario (2002) "Stone Fruit"
Open Minds Quarterly, Sudbury, Ontario (2002) "Eleven Cats"
Aileron (2002) "Call"
Aileron (2002) "Pigeon"
Aileron (2002) "Love Song to the Razor Tailed Swallow"
Cairn, Glendale, California (2002) "Completed"
Eclipse (2002) "Love, the Taste of Lipstick"
Thought Magazine, Burlingame, California (2002) "Pieces"
Concrete Wolf, Bedford, New Hampshire (2002) "Tonic"
Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts, Columbia, Montana (2002) "Lying in Ink"
Sow's Ear Poetry Review (2002) "Damn You, Dryer Sheet"
The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (2002) "Spun Sugar Serum"
The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (2002) "Ghost Mother"
The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (2002) "Cats, Remember"
North Carolina Writers Network News (2001) Reflections on experience as Artist-in-Residence at HCA
Sojourn, Dallas, Texas (2001) "Rail"
Gertrude Poetry Journal, Fort Collins, Colorado (2001) "Cats, Remember"
Gertrude Poetry Journal, Fort Collins, Colorado (2001) "Ghost Mother"
WordWrights, Washington, DC. (2001) "Lost Letters"
WordWrights, Washington, DC. (2001) "License"
Spectator Magazine Online, Raleigh, North Carolina. (2001) "License"
WordWrights, Washington, DC. (2001) "Almost Haiku"
WordWrights, Washington, DC. (2001) "It Follows"
Artisan, Wilmette, Illinois. (2000) "Over the Dentist's Chair the Poster Says 'Smile'"
Carolina Woman, Raleigh, North Carolina. (2000) "Almost Haiku
Independent Weekly, Durham, North Carolina (2000) "Instant"
Independent Weekly, Durham, North Carolina. (1999) "Children Here"
The Lyricist, Raleigh, North Carolina. "Concentration and Inhalation"
The Lyricist, Raleigh, North Carolina. "Everybody Wants Wings"
California State Quarterly, Orange, California. "Extra Curricular"
Argestes, Wauna, Washington (1998) "It Follows"
Argestes, Wauna, Washington. (1998) "The Square Root of Warm"
Rhino, Winnetka, Illinois. (1998) "They Call It"
Fresh Ground, Fox River Grove, Illinois. (1997) "90 Proof (Burns as it Goes Down)"
Spelunker Flophouse, Chicago, Illinois. "Nothing to See Here"
Slugfest, South Carolina. "That Rosebud Thing's a Load of Crap, Too"
Huckleberry Press, Berkeley, California. (1997) "Small Tragedies"
Di-verse-city, Austin, Texas. (1997) "Scrambled Eggs"
Main Street Rag Poetry Journal, Charlotte, North Carolina. (1998) "Your Patronage is Appreciated"
Lacunae, Clifton Park, New York. (1998) "Four Point Two Five"
Main Street Rag Poetry Journal, Charlotte, North Carolina.(1998) "Monday Morning" (1998)
Medicinal Purposes, Richmond Hill, New York. (1998) "Shortchanged at the Circle K"
Medicinal Purposes, Richmond Hill, New York. (1998) "This is Not a Haiku"
More Big Thoughts, Champaign, Illinois. (1997) "Three Thirty Six at the Gas Station Across the Street"
Rockford Review, Rockford, Illinois (1997) "Three Thirty Six at the Gas Station Across the Street"
Poetry Motel, Duluth, Minnesota. (1997) "Ink"
Stillpoint Magazine, Athens, Georgia. (1994) "This is Not a Haiku"

Exhibitions
The Clayton Center, United Arts Council Regional Artists Showcase, Clayton, NC.
Eastern Michigan University, Incendiary Exhibition and accompanying book, Ypsilanti, MI. (November 2004)
Eastern Michigan University, Metropolyesterday Exhibition and accompanying book, Ypsilanti, MI. (September 2004)
Eastern Michigan University, Personal Pronouns Exhibition and accompanying book, Ypsilanti, MI. (April 2004)
I-Park Studio Tour, The Columbarium Collective, installation and accompanying limited-edition chapbook. I-Park, East Haddam, CT. (May 2003)
Humble Pie, Raleigh, North Carolina Poetry featured in mixed-media works with painter/collagist Leeann Hynes.
Forum And Function, Raleigh, North Carolina - Woman Incarnate Exhibition. (1997) Collaborative mixed media works with painter/collagist Leeann Hynes.
The Third Place, Raleigh, North Carolina - Collective Show (1997) Mixed media collaborative works with painter/collagist Leeann Hynes.
Vincent's Ear, Asheville, North Carolina - Exhibition. (1997) Collaborative mixed media works with painter/collagist Leeann Hynes.

Readings
Durham Art Walk, Durham, NC (2006).
Featured Reading with Tim Botta, Cary, NC (2006)
Shout Out (Against Sexual Assault), Poetry Reading, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (2005)
Durham Art Walk, Poetry Reading, Durham, NC (2005)
Talk to the Dead radio program. (2005)
Carolina Wren Press Featured Reading, Stammer Poetry, Raleigh, NC (2005)
Lucifer Poets, Featured Reading, The Flea, Washington, DC (2005)
Lucifer Poets, Featured Reading, La Tazza, Philadelphia, PA (2005)
Carborro Poetry Festival, Carborro, NC (2004)
Book Release Reading, Stammer Poetry, Bickett Gallery, Raleigh, NC (2003)
Featured Reading, Thrift Poetic Arts Release, The Bucket Shop, Charlotte, NC (2003)
Featured Reading, Borders Books and Music, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (2003)
Featured Reading, Borders Books and Music, Cary, North Carolina. (2003)
Featured Reading, Poetry Night at the Wine Basket, Hosted by Main Street Rag Poetry Journal, Charlotte, North Carolina. (2003)
The Third Place, Book Release Reading, Raleigh, North Carolina. (2003)
Allen Ginsberg Award Reading, Paterson, New Jersey. (2002)
Barnes and Noble Arboretum, Charlotte, North Carolina. Anthology reading and book signing (2002)
Festival for the Eno, Durham, North Carolina. Carolina Wren Press Reading (2002)
Raleigh Charter School, Raleigh, North Carolina. Writers' Panel. (2002)
The Batcave at DCAC (District of Columbia Arts Center), Washington D.C. (2001)
Mariposa Art Center, College Park, Maryland. (2001)
Regulator Books, Durham. Triangle Women of Letters, presented by the North Carolina Writers' Network. (2001)
Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California. Open house event. (2001)
Borders Books and Music Cafe, Cary, North Carolina. Women of Verse Poetry Series. (2001)
ArtSpace, Raleigh, North Carolina. Stammer Poetry Series. (2000) Featured Poet.
Quail Ridge Books, Raleigh, North Carolina. Independent Poetry Contest Winners Reading. (2000)
Regulator Books, Durham, North Carolina. Independent Poetry Contest Winners Reading. (1999)
Duke University Center for Documentary Studies, Acropolis on the Brink. (1997) Vermont Studio Center, Resident Writers, (1998).
Forum and Function, Raleigh, North Carolina (1997) Featured Poet.
Bookpeople, Austin, Texas, Austin International Poetry Festival (1997)
Mexic-arte Museum, Austin Texas, Austin International Poetry Festival (1997)