Greg Williamson, Adjunct Faculty
Greg Williamson is a graduate of and now a Senior Lecturer in the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where he has taught poetry since 1992. He previously organized the Graduate Reading Series and The Writing Seminars’ Reading Series, and he judged the Alpha Chi Omega Poetry Contest.
His first book, The Silent Partner (Story Line Press), won the Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize. Williamson’s poems have appeared in The Best American Poetry 1998, The Yale Review, The New Republic, Partisan Review, The Paris Review, Poetry, The Sewanee Review, Story and Pequod, among other publications. Williamson’s new collection of poetry is entitled Errors in the Script. In 1998, he won the Whiting Award, one of the nation’s top prizes for young writers. He has taught in the Writing Program for a decade and previously served as its faculty advisor in poetry. He lives in Baltimore and the Atlanta area.
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