poem archive

Atlas Review will publish A Word in Edgewise & #14 and #20 from the series [From Dream of Flying], (forthcoming in Issue 3).

The Letters Page accepted a letter of mine for their inaugural issue, 2013.

My poem GEFION won the 2013 Newfound Poetry Prize!

Ostrich Review published excerpts from a series called Transmigration.

Descant literary journal (TX) published poems from the series [From Dream of Flying] #11 and #22, as well as the poems Between, Cleavers, and Installation_3

American Letters & Commentary published two poems from the series entitled [From Dream of Flying], #13 and #16.

Aufgabe published a series poem entitled Sequencing & Counting/3.

Quarterly West published the poem The Body Stills.

5 poems published in wicked alice.

The Museum of Americana published two poems, between and except.

inter|rupture published a poem, among.

The lovely folks at Newfound nominated some of my work for a Pushcart Prize in 2012.

Poems forthcoming in 2014 from Blood Orange Review.

The Pinch published the poem Sophia in their Spring 2013 print issue.

Dec 2012, poems forthcoming in U City Review

‘5’ from, Catalogue of Utilities, in CURA

Also featured in Vol 1: Issues 3, 4, & 5 from CURA: see it here

excerpts from American Rough-leg, Newfound Journal (audio recordings included)

excerpts from A Pictorial History of Wilderness, Cerise Press

2 poems in the  Southern Women’s Review

excerpt from American Rough-leg in 111O

excerpts from Catalogue of Utilities in Referential Magazine

Smoke, Spit, Chew on MPR’s State of the Arts

All Degrees of Wilderness in Isotope

Blue-Tick and Punica Granatum in Konundrum Engine Literary Review

Sequencing & Counting and Mesmerism in Permafrost

Devotion and Spool in Dislocate

Tap, Tapestry in Limestone

The Trick to Making Pain in Life in Body

65 years on a dress form, Yes Press (postcard broadside)

Ave Maria in Sierra Songs and Descants

This is how we bury the dead in Calaveras Station

Reviews

Review of Bottomland by rob mclennan here.

Review at Prick of the Spindle of Mimesis, synaptic.

Another review of Mimesis, synaptic from Andrew Bailey at Sabotage Review.

Review of A piece of information about his invisibility here.

Reviews of MIEL chapbooks here and here. About MIEL here and here. Interview here (thanks Ambrose!).

One Reply to “poem archive”

  1. hello laressa. i write to say i passed by.
    and let myself be inspired.
    and to connect.
    the workshop still resonates in me. i d like to do more, who knows if i can allow it.
    are you well back in berlin? and maybe going for the workshop lily gives there soon?
    i wish you a nice weekend.
    sincerely,
    roberta

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