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T. Zachary Cotler

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Zachary Cotler
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BornTheodore Zachary Cotler
1981 (age 37–38)
Passaic, New Jersey, United States[1]
OccupationPoet, Novelist, Director
LanguageEnglish
NationalityAmerican
Alma materIowa Writers Workshop (MFA, 2008)
Cornell University (BA, 2003)
Website
zacharycotler.com

Theodore Zachary Cotler (born 1981) is an American poet, novelist, and filmmaker. His first film, Maya Dardel, premiered in the Narrative Competition at the 2017 South by Southwest Film Festival and was acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films and Orion Pictures.[2] He won the 2012 Sawtooth Poetry Prize for Sonnets to the Humans and the 2104 Colorado Prize for Poetry for Supplice.[3] In 2011, the Poetry Foundation awarded him the Ruth Lilly Fellowship.[4]

Early life and education

Cotler spent his childhood in Marin County, California. He graduated from Cornell University in 2003 with a B.A. in English.[5] In 2008, he received his MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers Workshop.[5]

Career

In 2009, Cotler founded The Winter Anthology at winteranthology.com with Michael Rutherglen, Olivia Clare, and Brandon Krieg.[6] Cotler continues to spearhead and edit the anthology.[7] His first book of poems, House with a Dark Sky Roof, was published in 2011. In 2012, Heather McHugh picked Cotler as the winner of the Sawtooth Prize, and in 2013, Ahsahta Press published Sonnets to the Humans, a cycle of 49 sonnets (the first of a projected trilogy of such sequences).[8] Supplice, the second book of sonnets, was picked as the winner of the 2014 Colorado Prize for Poetry by Claudia Keelan.[3] Cotler's first novel Ghost at the Loom was published in 2014.[9] Cotler's first film, Maya Dardel, starring Lena Olin, Jordan Gavaris, Alexander Koch, Nathan Keyes, and Rosanna Arquette, was released in 2017.[10][11] Cotler and filmmaking partner Magdalena Zyzak received Best Screenplay for Maya Dardel at the Prague Independent Film Festival [12][13] and Best Director for Maya Dardel at the 2017 Raindance Film Festival. [14]

Filmography

Bibliography

Fiction

Ghost at the Loom (2014)

Poetry

Supplice (2014)

Sonnets to the Humans (2013)

House with a Dark Sky Roof (2011)

Criticism

Elegies for Humanism (2015)

References

  1. ^ Poetry Foundation. "T. Zachary Cotler : The Poetry Foundation". poetryfoundation.org. Retrieved November 22, 2014. Theodore Zachary Cotler was born in Passaic, New Jersey, in 1981 and raised in Marin County, California.
  2. ^ "Samuel Goldwyn & Orion Acquire SXSW Pic 'Maya Dardel'".
  3. ^ a b "Current Winner | Center for Literary Publishing". Coloradoreview.colostate.edu. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  4. ^ "Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowships". The Poetry Foundation. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  5. ^ a b "T. Zachary Cotler". The Poetry Foundation. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  6. ^ "The Winter Anthology — Masthead". Winteranthology.com. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  7. ^ Steven Toussaint. "(to-forge-the-eye-is-a-mountain-in-the-empyrean)". Steventoussaint.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  8. ^ T. Zachary Cotler. "Sonnets to the Humans | Ahsahta PressAhsahta Press". Ahsahtapress.org. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  9. ^ Edward Stephens. "Ghost at the Loom by T. Zachary Cotler". Bookslut. Retrieved 2014-06-09.
  10. ^ "SXSW Film Festival Announces 2017 Lineup". Variety.
  11. ^ "Maya Dardel". imdb.
  12. ^ "Train Driver's Diary wins at Prague Independent Film Festival". Prague TV.
  13. ^ "PIFF 2017 Winners". PIFF.
  14. ^ "Cotler and Zyzak win Best Director". Raindance.

External links

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