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Additional Poetry Publications

  • !Pa’lante! “A Year In Family Housing.”
  • Alternating Currents. Spectral Lines. ”St. Petersburg, 1969”
  • Artistic Rights: “All Night Dreams of War.”
  • Beloved on the Earth: “But Jane, I Have Seen the Room Weep” (reprinted in Snapdragon Journal)
  • Bending Genres Anthology: “Augury for Spring” and “Who Brother”
  • Bollman Bridge Review: “Pantomime.”
  • The Cape Rock: “What Is Flammable,” “Mercy,” and “Spilling My Guts.”
  • The Coe Review: “Brother Stone, Sister Rain.”
  • Contemporary Verse 2: “A Supplication to the Homelocked.”
  • Derailleur Press: “Fine-Drawn.”
  • A Driftwood Highway Anthology: “A Recurring Vision,” “A Mural For My Skin,” and “The Metatron.”
  • Eclipse: “Canticle of Tin” and “Lamia.”
  • Freshwater: “Under These Periodic Cables.”
  • FutureCycle Weathering Anthology: “Why You Walk Alone.”
  • Grasslimb: “Ask Questions of the Stairs” and “Any Landscape Without My Brother.”
  • Great Weather For Media: “I Spun You” and “Seers Through The Dark.”
  • Havik: “In The Workshop,” and “I Never Tell You I Love You.”
  • Heartlodge: “Quondam.”
  • The International Journal for the Theory and Practice of Creative Writing: “Like Blood From Corners.
  • Levee Magazine: “The Moon” and “Temperance.”
  • Medusa’s Laugh: “There Will Be Wool.”
  • New Rivers Press: “Who, Brother?”
  • Non-Binary Review, Zoetic Press: “Beneath This Skin, Myself At Night.”
  • The Oyez Review: “Christopher is a Name of Resurrection” and “What is Flammable.
  • Perigee: “Losing the Fifth,” “Highway 710,” “Harem Women,” “Creosote Exhumed,” “Candid,”  “On Entry,”  and “Heavy.”
  • Poetica Review: “Too Much Shape,” “10 o’clock and 10 degrees” and “Waiting in July”
  • The Pointed Circle: “The Angel of Death” and “They Ask America.”
  • Red Hawk Review: “Beloved.”
  • Restless & Contraposition: “Speak, Road.”
  • The River Poets Journal: “Beyond the Rain.”
  • Rock & Sling: “The Hierophant.”
  • Sheepshead Review. “You, Again.
  • South Broadway Ghost Society: “About My Breasts, Since You Asked” (reprinted in Fat & Queer).
  • Susan B. And Me: “The Ghost of Francis Laura.”
  • Tapestries: “Refracted.”
  • Write Like You Are Alive: “Justice.”

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Sherre Vernon (she/her/hers) is the author of two award-winning chapbooks: Green Ink Wings (fiction) and The Name is Perilous (poetry). Her work has been nominated for Best of the Net and anthologized in several collections, including Bending Genres, Fat & Queer and Best Small Fictions. In 2019, Sherre was a Parent-Writer Fellow at MVICW. Readers describe her writing as heartbreaking, richly layered, lyrical and intelligent. To read more of her work visit www.sherrevernon.com/publications and tag her into conversation @sherrevernon.