Poems Available Online:

Adirondack Review: “Divergent Boundaries,” “Convergent Boundaries,” “The Vessel,” “Who’s to Say Who’s to Blame for the End,” and “Because of What Can’t Be Said I Say This”
American Literary Review: “The Museum of the Body”
Amethyst Arsenic: “The Coyote Doesn’t Have To”
Antiphon: “Amblyopsidae”
The Best American Poetry blog: Excerpt from medi(t)ations
The Blueshift Journal: “In Something Like Spring”
B O D Y: “House Is an Embarrassment”
(Featured as
Verse Daily‘s Web Weekly Feature for the week of June 17th, 2013)
The Boiler:
“The Story’s Always Easy”
Clementine Poetry Journal: “Morphine”
Compose: “Because the Body Is a Place Strange, Unmapped” and “House Is A Hoard”
Cortland Review: “The Witch Is Called and Answers” and “The Villagers Make Known Their Warning to the Witch”
Country Dog Review: “The Witch’s Vision” and “The Witch’s Apprenticeship”
Delirious Hem: “He Could Always Promise, She Could Only”
Escape Into Life: “Melancholy Inside Gardens,” “I Was A Bad Child And I Was A Match,” “Melancholy Inside Cockpits,” and “We Are Having This Conversation.”
Guernica: “The Witch’s Burning”
Gulf Coast: “Gifted”
Ilanot Review: “Are We Our Asking” and “Corrections”
interrupture: “Of Flora, Of Fauna”
(Featured as Verse Daily‘s Web Weekly Feature for the week of January 20th, 2014)
IthacaLit: “I Was Told Not To Write About The Body” and “The Daughter I Will Never Have”
Linebreak: “Testimony”
Memorious“Palmistry” and “The Witch Remembers
“Domestic Industry”
The Museum of Americana: “Beneath the Highway, Between Two Nights
PIF Magazine
“Palmistry” and “The Witch Is Called and Answers
Rhino: “Of Blue Morning”
“The Witch Curses the Man Who Betrayed Her” and “The Liturgy of the Word (Chapter XV)”
Segue: “Because of the House We Have Built for Our Language”
Sequestrum: “Melancholy Between Bedsheets” and “Instructions (as to Winnowing)
Sinking City: “Under the Threat of Eden”
Sliver of Stone: “On the Self-Guided Tour of the Fountain of Youth”
Switched-On Gutenberg: “This Is Not a Poem for You
The Tishman Review: “After Auden
Toad: “Melancholy Inside the Body”
Waccamaw: “X”

Poems have also appeared (or soon will appear) in the following print journals and anthologies:

5×5, 32poems, Adanna Literary Journal, Aesthetica, American Poetry Journal, The Best American Poetry 2015, Billet Doux (Dancing Girl Press’ epistolary book arts anthology), Briar Cliff Review, Broken Bridge Review, Cave Wall, Cimarron Review, Cincinnati Review, Comstock Review, Conduit, Copper Nickel, Court Green, Crab Orchard Review, Cranky, dANDelion, Eclipse, Fairy Tale Review, Feminist Studies, Found Poetry Review, Green Mountains Review, The Greensboro Review, Grist: The Journal for Writers, Helen, Hiram Poetry Review, Inch, Indiana Review, James Dickey Review, The Journal, Lilliput Review, MARGIE: The American Journal of Poetry, narrative (dis)continuities: prose experiments by younger american writers, Nassau Review, Nimrod, Noon: Journal of the Short Poem, Passages North, The Pinch, Poet Lore, POOL: A Journal of Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Printer’s Devil Review, Quiddity, Rabbit Ears: TV Poems, Red Mountain Review, Redivider, The 2010 Rhysling Anthology, Salamander, Show and Tell: Writers on Writing (Revised and Expanded), So to Speak, Southern Humanities Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Tapestry, Triquarterly, VERSE, Whiskey Island, and the Yalobusha Review.


2 thoughts on “Poetry

  1. Hi Emma- Where can I read your winning poem from Spoon River, called “”It was no more predictable””? I’m not finding it. Thank you!

  2. Hi Nova! Thank you for seeking it out! I think it’ll appear in an upcoming print issue, and in the past, they’ve posted the winning poems online. I’ll make sure to post when I find out more!

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