Award-winning feminist poet who’s remembered for such works as Diving in to the Wreck and THE ACTUAL FACT of the Doorframe. She received the Country wide Book Honor, the Griffin Poetry Reward, as well as the Bollingen Reward. She went to Radcliffe University and Harvard University or college. She trained at Rutgers University or college and Cornell University or college. She experienced three kids with her spouse Alfred Haskell Conrad. After Conrad’s loss of life by suicide, High experienced a long-lasting passionate collaboration with Jamaican novelist Michelle Cliff. Her debut poetry collection, A BIG CHANGE of Globe, was chosen by W.H. Auden mainly because the receiver of the Yale Younger Poets Award.