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Thai-American poet PIMONE TRIPLETT is a member of the graduate faculty at The University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

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Pimone Triplett is an associate professor in the creative writing program at the University of Washington. The author of three books of poems, Rumor (2009), The Price of Light (2005) and Ruining the Picture (1998), Pimone Triplett is also coeditor of the essay anthology, Poet's Work, Poet's Play (2008). Her poems have appeared many literary journals, including Poetry, Paris Review, Ploughshares, Agni, Yale Review, Triquarterly and New England Review. Frequently appearing in anthologies, her work has been featured in Legitimate Dangers, Contemporary Voices from the East, and New American Poets: A Bread Loaf Anthology. Periodically, she teaches in the low-residency Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers. Her home is in Seattle.

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