This is an image of Terry WrightTERRY WRIGHT

Book: What the Black Box Said (Mellen Poetry Press, 1996)

Chapbooks: Makeover (Wunderkammer Press, 2002),  Safe House (Wunderkammer Press, 2000), No More Nature (Kairos Editions, 1993). Fun and No Fun (Pooka Press, 1984)

Publications: Work has appeared in many national publications, including Sequoia, Rolling Stone, Slipstream, Puerto del Sol, Without Halos, Pig Iron, Urbanus, and many others.

Awards: Arkansas Arts Council, Individual Arts Fellowship, 2002; Winner of the Arkansas Literary Society's Poetry Prize (1996) and Fiction Prize (1994). Finalist for the Arkansas Artist of the Year Award (1996) from the Arkansas Arts Council.

Employment:  Professor of Writing at the University of Central Arkansas.

Education: M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University.
M.A. in English and American Literature from the University of Arkansas.

Related: Terry Wright is also a digital artist. He received a Honorable Mention "Donnie" award in MOCA-The Museum of Computer Art's international digital art competition in 2001. The Museum also named his web page as a "distinguished art site" in the summer of 2000. He has had guest shows of his original fractal images at MOCA in 1999 and 2005.  His art has also appeared in Potion, the Minnesota Museum of Digital Art, and the Focus Gallery. His fractal web site, Rooms with a View, has received numerous awards and is located at: