Poetry Sampler

 

Poems from Day of the Border Guards (University of Arkansas Press, 2014)

 

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“The Cow,” “Lermontov’s Room: Moscow 1995,” “Peredelkino,” “Reading Mr. Lincoln’s Army,” and “Wreaths” (The Iowa Review)

“Speaking Russian,” “The Parrot Flaubert,” “Yellow Flowers,” “Names for Snow,” “What’s Left,” “Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts,” “Thirty Years Later” and “The Percussive Quality of Light” (Innisfree Poetry Journal)

“Siberian Spring,” “Knitting in Siberia” and “Day of the Border Guards” (Terrain)

“Driving the M8” (Innisfree Poetry Journal)

“Old Maps,” “The Cow,” “City of Bells” and “Kingdom of Heaven” (Beltway Poetry Quarterly)

“Day of the Border Guards,” “Reading Mr. Lincoln’s Army,” and “Old Maps” (PoemoftheWeek.org)


 

Poems from Gentling the Bones (2007)

 

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“Butterflies,” “Grandma’s House,” “Grandma at Ninety,” “Mental Hospital,” “V-E Day” (Innisfree Poetry Journal)

“HAZMAT” (Southern Poetry Review)

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Uncollected Poems

 

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Photo courtesy of Nathan Leslie

“The Bear” (Redux; originally published in Prairie Schooner)

“Birdsong” (Valparaiso Poetry Review)

“Leaving Home,” “Soup,” and “Postcards from the Floating World” (Connotation Press: An Online Artifact)

“Enough” and “Soul Food” (Prime Number)

“Driving to Juniata” (qarrtsiluni)

“For My Beloved” (Beltway Poetry Quarterly)

“Women’s Work” (Poem on the swearing in of Libby Garvey to the Arlington County Board. Video here.)

 


Reviews, Commentary, and Criticism

 

“Heart of Spotted Wings: dg nanouk okpik’s Many Ways of Seeing” (Poet Lore)

“Letter to Tolik: Rostov-on-Don, Russia” (On Place)

“The Late Style of Ann Knox:  An Appreciation” (Innisfree Poetry Journal)

Oblige the Light by Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka” (The Potomac)

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