Showcase of Work


20+ Years of Publishing History

Kurt Cole Eidsvig's poetry has been included in journals, anthologies, collections, features, series, and installations for over 20 years. An award-winning poet, Kurt's work has earned a University of Montana Teaching Fellowship, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant, the Edmund Freeman Award, a South Boston Literary Journal Prize, and numerous finalist and semi-finalist contest awards. A practitioner of the spoken as well as written forms, Kurt has won slam poetry competitions in South Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts as well.


Inviting Everyone to the Conversation

Building on a background of teaching Art History and Writing for UMASS/Boston, The University of Montana, and The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Kurt's literary and art criticism often combines hybrid styles and an approachable, conversational voice. A regular columnist for, ArtsAmerica, and Big Red & Shiny, Kurt's work has earned accolades like a Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Fellowship. He has notably covered Warhol, Hopper, Monet, and Shephard Fairey along with Roy Lichtenstein and Ai WeiWei.


Storytelling as Art

While much of Kurt's writing combines narrative and lyrical styles there remains a core of storytelling and dialogue in all of his forms. His writing has been performed by the Fort Point Theatre Channel and featured in performance installations in Boston like x/o, a collaborative effort with Brendan Murray and Martin Cockroft. Kurt's stories have been included in journals and anthologies as well.

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