•   CWP Katrina Vandenberg

    Katrina Vandenberg

    Assistant Professor

    Katrina Vandenberg is the author of The Alphabet Not Unlike the World (2012) and Atlas: Poems (2004), both published by Milkweed Editions. With poet Todd Boss, she is the co-author of the chapbook On Marriage (Red Dragonfly Press). Her essays and poems have appeared in The American Scholar, Blackbird, Poetry Daily, The Southern Review, Orion, The Iowa Review, The Sun, Alaska Quarterly Review, Poets and Writers, Post Road, and other journals; and several anthologies, including Where One Voice Ends Another Begins: 150 Years of Minnesota Poetry (Borealis). 

    A graduate of the writing program at the University of Arkansas, she is the recipient of a Bush Artist Fellowship, a Loft-McKnight Award, a Minnesota State Arts Board grant, and residencies from the Amy Clampitt Fund, the Poetry Center of Chicago, the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, and the MacDowell Colony. She has been a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award. In 1999-2000, she was a Fulbright fellow in Utrecht, Netherlands. She has also been a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. 

    An active reader, Vandenberg has read from her work at several AWP Conferences, the L.A. Times Festival of Books, Chicago Tribune’s Printers’ Row Book Fair, and other venues. In 2005-2006, she returned to the graduate creative writing program at the University of Arkansas to serve as a visiting professor. She and her husband, novelist John Reimringer, live close enough to Hamline University for her to walk to class.


  • Accomplishments


    The Alphabet Not Unlike the World
    Milkweed Editions

    Atlas: Poems
    Milkweed Editions

    On Marriage (with Todd Boss)
    Red Dragonfly Press