Read Some Poems!

Here are a few poems to read on-line: “Knit/Unravel,” “Ambergris,” “Liminal”
Radar Poetry: “My Freind Says Meant Instead of Supposed”, “Between” (originally published in Tin House)
Waxwing, “No Begatting Ensues,” “(Eve) Talking to Herself (Mother’s Day)”
“Wasp’s Nest,” “Because the Moon Is a Cliché & Not Exactly Steadfast”
The Sun, #GrabHimbytheBallot, “Wingspan”
Connotation Press, “Spring Opener,” “I Meant Eyes but Wrote Yes,” “Another Message from the Body,” “Plath’s Thumb,” “I Want to Rearrange the Furniture Around a Fire”
AMP, “Another Lesson in Failure and Desire, or, Leonardo’s To-Do List,” “Author’s Note”
WBUR-Boston, “Fixed, Blue, Gone”
Memorious, “Unmet”
Harvard Review, “Biography,” “Merit Badge”
Verse Daily, “Because We’ve Landed on the Moon but Nobody Wants to Live There”
Massachusetts Cultural Council, “Write a Poem that Fits,” “Halloween Dressed Up as Longing,” “Sweet,” “Because Solace”
Orion, “Through Line”


How to Love the World: Poems of Gratitude & Hope
James Crews, ed.

You Don’t Have to Be Everything: Poems for Girls Becoming Themselves
Diana Whitney, ed.

Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse
Grace Bauer & Julie Kane , Eds., 2017

Even The Daybreak – 35 Years of Salmon Poetry 
Jessie Lendennie, Ed., 2016

Lit From Inside: 40 Years of Poetry from Alice James Books
Carey Salerno & Anne Marie Macari, eds.

Myrhh, Mothwing, Smoke: Erotic Poems
Marie Gauthier & Jeffrey Levine, eds. Tupelo Press, 2013

Morning Song: Poems for New Parents
Susan Todd & Carol Purington, eds., St. Martin’s Press, 2011

Dogs Singing: A Tribute Anthology
Jessie Lendennie, ed., Salmon Poetry, 2011

Sweeping Beauty: Contemporary Women Poets Do Housework
Pamela Gemin, ed., University of Iowa Press, 2005

Are You Experienced: Baby Boom Poets at Midlife
Pamela Gemin, ed., University of Iowa Press, 2003

Crossing Paths: An Anthology of Poems by Women
Mad River Press, Barry Sternlieb, ed., 2002

You can also read my column about poetry for families with young children, One Clover & a Bee, over at Hilltown Families