Nicole Tong: Writer, Professor, Runner 2017 Jean Feldman Poetry Prize Winner
Nicole Tong is the recipient of fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sundress Academy at Firefly Farms, and George Mason University where she received her MFA. In 2016, she served as an inaugural Writer-in-Residence at Pope-Leighey House, a Frank Lloyd Wright property in Alexandria, Virginia. She is a recipient of the President’s Sabbatical from Northern Virginia Community College where she is an associate professor of English. Her writing has appeared in CALYX, Cortland Review, Yalobusha Review, and Still: the Journal among others. Tong received a Dorothy Rosenberg Award has been nominated for a Pushcart prize.
Washington Writers' Publishing House announced Nicole Tong's How to Prove a Theory as the 2017 Jean Feldman Poetry Prize Winner; the press will publish her collection of poems this fall.
Currently available is Tong's poetry chapbook, My Mine (2015).