Caroline DuBois

About Caroline

AUTHOR

Lost in the Dollhouse 
a middle-grade manuscript
Honorable Mention
2018 SCBWI Midsouth Conference

OUT!
a picture book manuscript
Honorable Mention
2017 SCBWI Midsouth Conference

Represented by
Louise Fury of The Bent Agency

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AGENT

 

Louise Fury

The Bent Agency

Caroline Brooks DuBois found her poetic voice in the halls

of the English Department at Converse College and the University of Bucknell’s Seminar for Young Poets. She received a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, under the scholarship of Pulitzer Prize winning poet Jim Tate, among other greats in the poetry world.

DuBois writes both poetry and prose and a mixture of the two. Her poetry has appeared in an eclectic collection of media, from Highlights High Five (November 2017), Southern Poetry Review, to The Journal of the American Medical Association. Her picture book manuscript OUT! won Honorable Mention at the 2017 SCBWI Midsouth Fall Conference. Her middle grade novel in verse is represented by Louise Fury of the Bent Agency.

 

DuBois has taught poetry workshops, various writing classes, and English at the middle school, high school, and college levels. In May 2016, she was recognized as a Nashville Blue Ribbon Teacher for her dedication to her students and excellence in teaching adolescents.

 

DuBois currently works as a literacy instructional coach and lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her singer-song writer husband, with whom she’s co-written songs, and their two children.

POET

Poem chosen for Poetry In Motion® 2019, Nashville

Highlights High Five

Southern Poetry Review

The Journal of the American Medical Association

EDUCATOR

Nashville Blue Ribbon Teacher

Literacy Instructional Coach

Instructor of Poetry Workshops