Blais Craig (born 1978 in Springfield, Massachusetts) is an American poet.
Blais's first book About Crows won the 2013 Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry judged by Terrance Hayes and published by the University of Wisconsin Press. About Crows was awarded Gold Medal in the category of poetry in the 2013 Florida Book Awards competition.
Blais is a graduate of Holyoke Community College and University of San Francisco. He graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree from Wichita State University and a Ph.D. in English from Florida State University.
His poems have appeared in Best New Poets, The Antioch Review, Barrow Street (magazine), Hayden's Ferry Review, New Welsh Review, and others. He is currently Assistant Professor of English at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Massachusetts.
About Crows (2013)
^ Felix Pollak Prize Past Winners
^ Florida Book Awards
^ F5 Magazine
^ FSU Graduate News
^ Barrow Street
^ New Welsh Review
Craig Blais on Poetry Daily, June 23, 2013
"Fishbone Novena", October 2013, New Orleans Review
Poem: "Sonnet (as an excuse to publish a story from when I was ten)"
Poem: "Oh Lovely Rock (A Sonnet with a Phone Number in It)"
Craig Blais's personal website