2017 – Alec Wilkinson – Sharon Horvath

Sharon Horvath SHARON HORVATH first came to Provincetown in 1986 as a Fellow in Painting at the Fine Arts Work Center. Since then, Horvath has forged a formidable career, with exhibitions worldwide and with a major show forthcoming next summer at the Merola Gallery in...

2016 – Marie Howe – Tabitha Vevers

Marie Howe A mistake to mythologize Marie, as Marie is always ready to demolish mythology in her person, her teaching, her poetry. No hierarchies for her. She will keep you on your feet as she keeps herself on her feet. Try to anoint her and she’ll hold up her hand....

2015 – John Yau – Paul Bowen

John Yau I like to collaborate with visual artists, such as Thomas Nozkowski in Ing Grish, because they set parameters that as a poet you might not get to. I’m now working with a young artist named Charles Webster, an abstract artist, and I thought I would get the...

2014 – Provincetown Art Association & Museum

  Download: TABLE OF CONTENTS Read Table of Contents COVER FEATURE – PAAM 2014 A Stellar Century of Cultivating Culture by Christopher Busa Read Feature Article Sixty Years with PAAM by Robert Henry Read Feature Article FEATURE ARTICLES The Art...

2013 – JHUMPA LAHIRI – ANNE PACKARD

Jhumpa Lahiri While Lahiri’s identity may remain obscured to readers, she is plainly known and acclaimed through her short stories and novels. She enthralls her readers with her deft storytelling and vivid evocations of intimate, close-up scenes, in which the most...

2012 – ROBERT PINSKY – SELINA TRIEFF

Robert Pinsky During the laureateship and since, robert has arguably done more to engage the American audience for poetry than any other living poet. And yet, he insists that poetry doesn’t need a spokesperson, that the art—the pleasures of a poem’s sounds, the human...