INEZ, Colette. American (born Belgium), b. 1931. Genres: Poetry. Career: New York University, adult education, instructor, 1962-63; Federal Title III Anti-Poverty Progs., NYC, teacher, 1964-70; New School for Social Research, NYC, poetry workshop, instructor, 1974-83; Columbia University, NYC, associate professor, 1983-. Denison University, Granville, OH, Beck Lecturer, 1974; State University of New York at Stony Brook, lecturer, poetry workshop, 1975-76; poet-in-residence and visiting professor at US colleges and universities. Fellowships: National Endowment for the Arts, 1974, 1988, Rockefeller Foundation, 1980, Guggenheim Foundation, 1985-86, New York Foundation for the Arts, 1995. Poetry reviewer for magazines. Publications: The Woman Who Loved Worms, 1972; Alive and Taking Names, 1977; Eight Minutes from the Sun, 1983; Family Life, 1988; Getting Underway: New and Selected Poetry, 1992; Naming the Moons, 1994; For Reasons for Music, 1994; Clemency, 1998. Address: 5 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024-3603, U.S.A.