Krause Judith

Judith Krause studied languages and literature at the University of Regina and the Université de Caen, France, as well as studying and teaching in Switzerland. She recently completed the MFA Program for Writers through Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina. A past president of the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild, Krause has worked as a Literary Arts Consultant to the Saskatchewan Arts Board, coordinated the Creative Writing program at the Saskatchewan School of the Arts, and has taught creative writing classes through the University of Regina, at the Saskatchewan School of Arts at Fort San, and at the Sage Hill Writing Experience.

Awards
Robert Kroetsch Scholarship, 1979.
Saskatchewan Writers Guild Literary Award, Poetry, 1982; honourable mention, 1987.
City of Regina Writing Award, 1988, 1998.
Grain Prose Poem Competition, Honourable Mention, 1989.
Saskatchewan Book of the Year, finalist, 1994.
Grain Prose Poem Competition, third prize, 1998.

Selected Publications
What We Bring Home. (Coteau Books, 1986).
Half the Sky. (Coteau Books, 1994).
Silk Routes of the Body. (Coteau Books, 2001) ISBN 1-55050-180-1.

Selected Anthologies
Out of Place. Co-editor. (Coteau Books, 1991).
Eating Apples.( NeWest Press, 1994).
Our Fathers. (Rowan Books, 1995).

Books in Print
Krause, Judith
Half the Sky. Coteau Books, 1994. $9.95 ISBN: 1-55050-056-2.
Silk Routes of the Body. (Coteau Books, 2001) ISBN 1-55050-180-1.