Ethan Paquin

MFA in Creative Writing/Poetry, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA
BA in English/Writing, Plymouth State College

Ethan Paquin has taught at the university and high school level, both in classroom and one-to-one settings, since 1998. He is the author of five books of poems, including Cloud vs. Cloud (Ahsahta Press, 2013) and The Violence (Ahsahta Press, 2005), which was runner-up for the Poetry Society of America William Carlos Williams Award. His books have been reviewed in publications including The London Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly, Poetry Review (London), and PN Review (London). His creative writing and criticism/commentary have appeared in many publications including The Colorado Review, The Boston Review, New American Writing, Esquire.com, and Verse.

An avid hiker and peakbagger, he is working to finish climbing all 648 ranked peaks in New Hampshire (currently at 604) and has mountaineered in Ecuador, Mexico, Colorado, Idaho, and California. He lives in Brattleboro with his wife.