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The poem "Plastic Surgery" was accepted by CHEST (American College of Chest Physicians)

Attended the Colrain Poetry Intensive in Greenfield, Mass.

"Upon the Death of Fay Wray" will appear in Salt River Review

Reading at Antigone Books, Tucson, AZ in November 2010

"Making Love In Argentina" and "The Swallow Test" are forthcoming in Wisconsin Review

VirginiaChaseSutton.com receives a new web design November 2009!

Madame X, the one-act play by Thomas Gazda, MD and Virginia Chase Sutton,
was recently performed in Santa Fe, New Mexico as part of the “Creativity and
Madness” seminar and also in Mesa, Arizona as part of the “Alternative
Medicine” seminar. The play is based on Sutton’s poetry and dreams.

Madame X, the poetry manuscript, was a finalist for the Brittingham Prize

Poetry manuscripts Madame X and Reading Electra to Sleep were finalists
in the Carnegie Mellon Poetry Series

“At the Beginning...”, “Season of Hummingbirds” and “Lemons”
appeared in The Comstock Review

“Lithium and the Absence of Desire” appeared in Bellevue Literary Review

“The Muse and ‘The Surprised Nymph’” appeared in Tiferet: A Journal of
Spiritual Literature

"After Sex With You" appeared in the anthology Just Like A Girl--A Manafesta! , GirlChild Press

“While Watching Cops I Think of You,” appeared in the anthology Manthology,
edited by Roger Weingarten, University of Iowa Press

“Housekeeping” appeared in the anthology Sweeping Beauty: Women Poets On
, edited by Pamela Gemin, University of Iowa Press

“Viewing Kahlo’s ‘The Suicide of Dorothy Hale’” was nominated for a Pushcart
Prize by Bellevue Literary Review

Virginia Chase Sutton was awarded an Arizona Commission on the Arts
Professional Development Grant

Virginia Chase Sutton was awarded two grants from Poets & Writers magazine

Virginia Chase Sutton was awarded several merit scholarships to Vermont
College of Fine Arts Post-Graduate Summer Conference

Virginia Chase Sutton was awarded a fellowship to the Ragdale Foundation