Philip Heldrich

Philip Heldrich

Philip Heldrich is an American author of poetry, essays, short stories, and literary criticism. He is the author of two books, [http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2000/heldrich.htm "Good Friday"] , winner of the [http://www.shsu.edu/~www_trp/xkkennp.html X.J. Kennedy Poetry Prize] and [http://www.midlist.org/showbook.cfm?booknum=61X "Out Here in the Out There: Essays in a Region of Superlatives"] , winner of the [http://www.midlist.org/index2.cfm Mid-List Press] First Series Award for Creative Nonfiction.

His work has appeared widely in anthologies--such as [http://oregonstate.edu/dept/press/a-b/AmerNature21.html "American Nature Writing 2001"] edited by John A. Murray (Oregon State University Press) and [http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2001/cattar3.htm "Texas Bound Book III: 22 Texas Stories"] edited by Kay Cattarulla (Texas A&M University Press)--and literary journals including [http://www.webdelsol.com/NorthAmReview/NAR/NAR/Home.html "North American Review"] , [http://www.english.ucf.edu/~flreview/index.htm "Florida Review"] (Winner of the Editor's Prize for Nonfiction), [http://depts.washington.edu/seaview/ "Seattle Review"] , [http://www.connecticutreview.com/ "Connecticut Review"] , [http://www.louisianaliterature.org/press/ "Louisiana Literature"] , [http://www.writer.org/pubs/poet-lore.asp "Poet Lore"] , [http://www.usd.edu/sdreview/ "South Dakota Review"] , and more. His literary criticism and reviews have appeared in "Studies in Short Fiction", [http://www.usm.edu/soq/ "The Southern Quarterly"] , [http://www.unl.edu/plains/publications/GPQ/gpq.shtml "Great Plains Quarterly"] , [http://www.pittstate.edu/engl/mwq/MQindex.html "Midwest Quarterly"] , [http://www.books.aisc.ucla.edu/aicrj.html "American Indian Culture and Research Journal"] , and others.

About [http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2000/heldrich.htm "Good Friday"] , author Jonathan Holden remarked:

"In his magnificent poem 'Momentum,' as throughout "Good Friday", the poet Philip Heldrich, like the late W. C. Williams, demonstrates audaciously how, while 'pulled and tugged in the swirl of rush hour traffic,' we can, out of the American quotidian, locate and frame that which is beautiful."
Final Judge X.J. Kennedy added:
"Philip Heldrich writes shapely poems that go places and share some wisdom with us. . . . He can capture a good deal of territory in a limited number of well-crafted words."

About his award-winning collection of essays, [http://www.midlist.org/showbook.cfm?booknum=61X "Out Here in the Out There: Essays in a Region of Superlatives"] , the American Library Associations's [http://www.ala.org/ala/booklist/booklist.htm "Booklist"] noted:

"Poet and pop culture aficionado Heldrich searches for the lyrical within his small midwestern meatpacking town and beyond. For Heldrich, lover of words, there is beauty to be found at the local dump: magazines (Kansas Farmer), discarded beverage bottles (“Golden Sound Basil Seed Drink”), even machine names (the “cram-a-lot” baler is a favorite). The resulting essays are a happy melding of social commentary with the best sort of travel writing. A finely crafted ode to target practice and male bonding set in a high country meadow in Colorado quietly evolves into a memorial for a lost friend. Another piece perfectly captures the surreal nature of the academic conference, made even more dreamlike by taking place in Norman, Oklahoma, five hours before a championship football game. (Heldrich succumbs to Husker and Sooner mania.) Driving around “out there,” whether it be Disneyland or the Central Plains, the author puts pen to paper, accurately capturing the essence of American culture."

Philip Heldrich serves as Executive Director of the [http://www.h-net.org/~swpca/ Southwest/Texas Popular and American Culture Associations] . He is an Associate Professor in the Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Program at the University of Washington, Tacoma.

= References = [http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2000/heldrich.htm "Texas Review" Press]
[http://www.tamu.edu/upress/ Texas A&M University Press Consortium]
[http://www.midlist.org/index2.cfm Mid-List Press]
[http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/WAprodinfo.asp "Who's Who in America"]
[http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/products/EDprodinfo.asp "Who's Who in American Education"]
[http://www.h-net.org/~swpca/index.html Southwest/Texas Popular & American Culture Associations]

= External Links= [http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2000/heldrich.htm "Good Friday"]
[http://www.midlist.org/showbook.cfm?booknum=61X "Out Here in the Out There: Essays in a Region of Superlatives"]
[http://oregonstate.edu/dept/press/a-b/AmerNature21.html "American Nature Writing"]
[http://www.tamu.edu/upress/BOOKS/2001/cattar3.htm "Texas Bound Book III: 22 Texas Stories"]


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