Douglas Piccinnini has been awarded residencies by Art Farm Nebraska, The Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia, The Vermont Studio Center, Sundress Academy for the Arts in Knoxville, TN, and The Mastheads in Pittsfield, MA.
In 2014, Piccinnini was selected by Dorothea Lasky as a winner of the Summer Literary Seminars for Poetry and Shadowplay was selected by Ben Lerner as a finalist for the 2014 Seattle Review Chapbook Contest.
He is the author of Victoria (Bloof Books, 2019), Blood Oboe (Omnidawn, 2015) and Story Book: a novella (The Cultural Society, 2015). His writing has appeared or will soon appear in The Academy of American Poets, Aufgabe, The Brooklyn Rail, Can We Have Our Ball Back, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Diner Journal, Elderly, Fence, Jacket, Lana Turner, NYTimes.com, ‘Pider, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Nat. Brut, Prelude, Seattle Review, So & So, Tupelo Quarterly, The Volta’s Evening Will Come, Verse, West Wind Review and has been anthologized in The Sonnets: Translating and Rewriting Shakespeare (Nightboat Books, 2012).
Blood Oboe (Omnidawn, 2015)
Story Book: a novella (The Cultural Society, 2015)
The Grave Itself (Ethel, forthcoming)
Victoria (Bloof Books, 2019)
∆ (TPR Press, 2013)
Flag (Well-Greased Press, 2013)
Soft (The Cultural Society, 2010)
Crystal Hard-on (Minutes Books, 2010)