Selected Online Work

Eveningside, SWWIM

Carved on the Lintel: The Temptation of Eve, The Ekphrastic Review

Eve, door lintel, Cathedral of Saint-Lazare in Autun, by Gislebertus (France) early 12th century

Not That Gretel, West Trestle Review

Revlon, Liber: A Feminist Review

A tightly written sonnet, Marion Brown’s “Revlon” conjures up her mother’s complexity: formal and stuck in her ways but also sexy, she’s a working woman in a man’s world, keeping it all under control. She’s fire and ice, like her favorite shade of lipstick. What does such a mother teach her daughter? “Before introducing me to one of her / colleagues, she’d nudge me, ‘Smile.’”

Katha Pollit, poetry editor of LIBER

To Subdue the Earth, Cider Press Review

AGFA, Ran Off With the Star Bassoon

Confession with Purple Asters, Tiny Seed Journal

Wanted, Guesthouse

View to the Back, The Night Heron Barks

At Yonkers, Gyroscope Review

An Accident in Thuringia, The Night Heron Barks

Winter Wheels, Gyroscope Review

Actias Luna, Tiny Seed Journal

Four Poems, Peacock Journal

After Storm Warnings, Fogged Clarity

Two Poems, DIAGRAM

Selected Print Work

“Weimar Commute”

I Wanna be Loved By You, anthology, Milk & Cake Press
“Blonde A – Z”

Womens’ Review of Books
“Mother and Father Taken Outside the Charité”
“Cloth of Gold”

2 Horatio

“Adam and Little Eve”
“A Lament for the End of the Earth and Love”
“The Morning After Summer”
“Equinox in a Border County”
“Forest Succession”
“In Queen-of-Night Clothes” 

Maine Review
“Deer Signs”

Valley Voices
“Mother-and-Child Passport”
“Nothing to Declare”  

Stone Canoe
“Let My People”

Main Street Rag
“Turns in the Kitchen”

Barrow Street
from “7 Preludes”