Marc Awodey (November 4, 1960 — October 13, 2012) was an American contemporary player and poet.
His poetry collections include "Telegrams from the Psych Ward" (1999), "New York City; "Head to Head" Haiku (Paperback) The Minimal Press (2001); A Haibun Journey" (2003). and "Senryu and Nudes" (2008) from Kasini House Books. He afterward authored the buildup of essays "Art and Machine: 95 theses" (2004) discussing his poetry vending robot project of the late 1990s. Awodey's paintings can be found in the Vermont State House accrual and in many private collections throughout the United States. A prominent solo exhibition of his paintings was held in the lobby of the Vermont Supreme Court from January 13 through February 15, 2008.
Awodey studied painting under George Earl Ortman at Cranbrook Academy of Art, and time-honored an MFA from Cranbrook in 1984. He lived in Burlington, Vermont and served on the aptitude of Burlington College Community College of Vermont, and Johnson State College. As an art critic, Awodey wrote on height of 500 reviews for Vermont's interchange weekly Seven Days. He as a consequence wrote for Art New England.
He was after that one of the first Vermont Justices of the Peace to put-on civil unions in 2000.
Following his untimely death, a memorial rave review featuring many prominent Vermont artists, poets, and musicians was held on November 2, 2012, in the Unitarian Universalist Church in Burlington, Vermont, where his last remains are interred.