Stephanie Strickland has published eight books of printed poetry and ten works of trans-medial, electronic, and digital literature. Awards include two Di Castagnola Prizes from The Poetry Society, the Sandeen and Brittingham Prizes, NEH and NEA grants, the Boston Review, Pushcart, Salt Hill, and Best American Poetry prizes.
Strickland designed, curated, and produced TechnoPoetry Festival 2002 at the Georgia Institute of Technology as the McEver Chair in Writing. She is a current and longtime member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Literature Organization and co-edited Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1. She is known for her wide-ranging collaborations and her works have been widely anthologized, exhibited, and taught, as have her critical articles. Her files and papers are being collected by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke University.