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Additional Poetry Publications

  • !Pa’lante! “A Year In Family Housing.”
  • Abstract: Contemporary Expressions.The Lovers,” “The Chariot of Roland,” “The Sun,” “Augury for Spring” “Self-Portrait As If I Were Stumbling” and “She Said Eight Things About Love.”
  • 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.”
  • Collective Aporia. “Like Mother–“
  • The Coe Review: “Brother Stone, Sister Rain.”
  • Contemporary Verse 2: “A Supplication to the Homelocked.”
  • Crannóg Magazine: “I Don’t Want Perfume.”
  • 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.”
  • Flatpack Creative: “Praying for the Gift of Tongues” and two photos.
  • 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.
  • Juked: “Counting With You.”
  • Levee Magazine: “The Moon” and “Temperance.”
  • Medusa’s Laugh: “There Will Be Wool.”
  • The Misfit Quill: “Primal Nights.”
  • 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.
  • Pawling Living: “Cold.”
  • 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.”
  • San Pedro River Review: “Spiraling St. Isaac’s.”
  • Santa Fe Literary Review: “Raise Me Up.”
  • Sheepshead Review. “You, Again.
  • Shift: “Roll for Hope.”
  • South Broadway Ghost Society: “About My Breasts, Since You Asked” (reprinted in Fat & Queer).
  • Spirit: “I Want to Stop Wearing White” and “Psalm 23.”
  • Susan B. And Me: “The Ghost of Francis Laura.”
  • Syracuse Cultural Workers Datebook: “Song of Submission”
  • The Tahoma Literary Review: “Open, Persephone Ate It.”
  • Tapestries: “Refracted.”
  • Write Like You Are Alive: “Justice.”

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Sherre Vernon (she/her/hers) is the award-winning author of Green Ink Wings (Elixir Press) and The Name is Perilous (Power of Poetry). Her debut full-length poetry collection, Flame Nebula, Bright Nova was released in 2022. Sherre has been published in journals such as Tahoma Literary Review and The Chestnut Review, nominated for Best of the Net, and anthologized in several collections including Fat & Queer and Best Small Fictions. Sherre teaches poetry at the Downtown Writers Center for the YMCA of Central New York. Read more of her work at