Congratulations

Lilah Hegnauer, current recipient of the Amy Clampitt Residency Awards.

Current Resident

Lilah Hegnauer 2013-2014

Past Residents

Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz 2013
Michael Rutherglen 2012-2013
James Arthur 2012
Glenn Morazzini 2011-2012
Bruce Snider 2011
Tess Taylor, 2010-2011
Amy Fleury 2009-2010
Cody Walker 2009
Katrina Vandenberg, 2008-2009
Paula Bohince, 2008
John Hennessy, 2007-2008
John Haines, 2006-2007
T. Zachary Cotler, 2006
James Paul, 2005-2006
Alfred Corn, 2004-2005
Willard Spiegelman, 2003-2004

The Amy Clampitt Residency Program

The Amy Clampitt Fund seeks to “benefit poetry and the literary arts by converting Amy Clampitt’s prior residence . . . into a facility which would provide for a place to foster the study and promotion of poetry and/or a poet in residence” through six to twelve month residencies at the Amy Clampitt House near Lenox, Massachusetts. It is expected that the resident fellow will commit to residing in the house full-time and focusing exclusively on his/her creative work except for occasional absences. The resident fellow will be asked to give a reading locally of his/her work. The Amy Clampitt House is a charming, fully furnished, 3-bedroom, 2-story house in the Cape style.

First-hand experience, poems and podcasts of our previous residents:

Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz
Listen to Love is Not a Science by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz

Cod Walker
Reflections on Amy

Katrina Vandenberg
Letter from a resident
M by Katrina Vandenberg

Read the original press release announcing the creation of the residency.

To Apply

In 2014, The Amy Clampitt Fundís selection process will change and applications will be accepted by nomination only.

Please check back after November 1, 2014 to see the selection/application process for 2015.

Guidelines

 

Site and residency supported by The Amy Clampitt Fund
an endowment benefiting poetry and the literary arts managed by the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation
800 N Main Street, PO Box 400 | Sheffield, MA 01257-0400 | ph 413-229-0370 | fax 413-229-0329
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