Jackson Mac Low

Fellowships, Grants, Awards, Professional Memberships

Grant from American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1971

Grant from P.E.N. American Center, 1974

Member, P.E.N. American Center, 1974 to present

Madeline Sadin Award (for poetry), New York Quarterly, 1974

Creative Artists Public Service (CAPS) Fellowship in Multimedia, 1973-74

Member, panel selecting CAPS Fellows in Poetry for 1975-76

CAPS Fellowship in Poetry, 1976-77

Judge, Literature, 1978-79 Grants-in-Aid to Individual Artists Program, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, 1979

Fellowship in Creative Writing, National Endowment for the Arts, 1979

Grant from P.E.N. American Center, 1982

Guggenheim Fellowship for Poetry, 1985

Co-winner, San Francisco State University Poetry Center Award for Book Published in 1984, 1985

Member, Artists’ Certification Committee, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, 1985-88; Appeals Panel, 1990-92

Fulbright Grant for lectures, readings, workshops, and performances throughout New Zealand, 1986

Composer’ s Grant from Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council, New Zealand, 1986

Fellowship in Poetry, Artists’ Fellowship Program, New York Foundation for the Arts, 1988

Member, Poets Advisory Committee, Poets House, New York City, 1988 to present

Member, Poetry Society of America, 1988 to present

Unsolicited Grant awarded by The Fund for Poetry, 1988

Member, Poetry Fellowship Panel, New York Foundation for the Arts, 1991

Unsolicited Grant awarded by The Fund for Poetry, 1991

Co-Awardee, The America Awards for Literature: 1994--Poetry Award, for 42 Merzgedichte in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters (Barrytown NY: Station Hill, 1994) [other co-awardee: Robert Creeley for Echoes].

One of 3 Judges for The America Awards for Literature 1995—Award for Belles Lettres & Collections, 1994-95

Unsolicited Grant awarded by The Fund for Poetry, 1998

Winner, Dorothea Tanning Prize, The American Academy of Poets, 1999

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