Hadara Bar-Nadav

Professor

Office: 121 Cockefair Hall
Ph: 816-235-2764 x1
Email: barnadavh@umkc.edu
hadarabar.com

Biography

Dr. Bar-Nadav, who came to UMKC in 2007, is an award-winning poet who focuses her research on creative writing practice, craft, and pedagogy. Other interests include inter-genre writing, the intersection of “research” and creative productivity, and interdisciplinarity, as well as modern and contemporary poetry, the Harlem Renaissance, and Black women writers.

Academic Credentials

Ph.D. in English and Creative Writing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Courses

Graduate and undergraduate courses in the writing of poetry, contemporary poetry, women’s poetry, the Harlem Renaissance, and Black women writers

Publications

The New Nudity. Saturnalia Books, 2017.
Fountain and Furnace. Tupelo Press, 2015. Awarded the Sunken Garden Poetry Award, selected by Peter Stitt.
Lullaby (with Exit Sign). Saturnalia Books, 2013. Awarded the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize.
The Frame Called Ruin. New Issues, 2012. Awarded Runner-Up/Editor’s Selection for the Green Rose Prize.
Writing Poems, 8th ed. Pearson/Longman, 2011. Print. Co-authored with Michelle Boisseau.
Show Me Yours. Laurel Review/Green Tower Press, 2010. Awarded the Midwest Chapbook Series Prize, selected by Martha Collins.
A Glass of Milk to Kiss Goodnight. Margie/Intuit House, 2007. Awarded  the Margie First Book Prize.

Achievements

National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry
Poetry Society of America’s Lucille Medwick Award
Fellowships to attend the Vermont Studio Center and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
Book awards (see Publications above)