poems

It’s wonderful when your work resonates with a reader. It’s a bonus when that reader is an editor who’s delighted enough by the work to give it a home. These are the places where my published poems live, in addition to poems I’ve posted on my own here at the blog.

Carolee Bennett poems/micro-fiction in print & online journals

2020

2019

  • Interview! Contrary blog, July 2019
  • Hold On” featured on Crab Creek Review blog
  • “Hold On” included in Poems2go‘s Spring 2019 Quarterly Collection as a reprint from Crab Creek Review’s print contest edition (Fall 2018)

2018

* received a nomination for Sundress Publication’s Best of the Net Anthology

2017

* received a nomination for Sundress Publication’s Best of the Net Anthology

2016

2015

2013

  • An Ode to Air” / Virginia Quarterly Review’s “Instapoetry”
  • “The Evening Carolyn Forché Reads from a Manuscript in Progress” / Up the River (Issue One) / one poem in print; three online, along with some photographs

2012

  • Apiary” / Split This Rock Poem of the Week / July 2012

2011

  • “Blue Shoes” / Blue Five Notebook / May 2011
  • “I think I’ll go make a video about Ivan the Terrible” / The Found Poetry Review / April 2011
  • “After we kissed for the first time” / Referential Magazine / January 2011
  • “My brother train wreck” / Stirring / January 2011..’

2010

  • “Wednesday night poetry reading” & “Origami” / Scythe Volume IV / Winter 2010
  • Breakfast” / Stirring / December 2010
  • When the wife brings love back from the dead, she creates a monster” / Goblin Fruit / Fall 2010
  • “one afternoon again” / 5X5 / Fall 2010
  • “My God, the tailor …” / The Centrifugal Eye / August 2010
  • Yield” / Wicked Alice / Fall 2010
  • “Providence” / The Mom Egg 2010
  • “I am lost,” “The romantic fantasizes about being inseparable from her lover” & “Revision” / The Centrifugal Eye / May 2010
  • “Living with peacocks” & “Impossible to Tell the Years Apart” / Carcinogenic Poetry / May 2010
  • “Jalopy dear” / Pirene’s Fountain / April 2010
  • poems (group of five) / The Awakenings Review/Winter 2009-10
  • “Reasons to stay locked up at home” & “The magician offers a lame apology to his lover, who began as a volunteer from the audience” / Scythe / Volume II
  • “Tryst” / a handful of stones/ February 2010
  • “Painting walls around a new lover” & “The Marginal Way: A love story” / Hobble Creek Review, A journal of poetry and place / Issue 1, vol. 4 (February 2010)

2009

Earlier

Anthologies, collections & podcasts

Credentials, editorships & projects

  • Book Reviewer, The American Poetry Journal, 2017 to present
  • Twitter Guru, Tupelo Press 30/30 Project, 2017 to present
  • Contributor, Tupelo Press 30/30 Project, December 2017
  • Contributor, Tupelo Press 30/30 Project, May 2014
  • Contributor, Tupelo Press 30/30 Project, December 2013
  • Contributor/manager, Big Tent Poetry
  • Contributor/manager, Read Write Poem, October 2007 – April 2010
  • Editor, Ouroboros Review, January 2009 – December 2009
  • Contributor, Poets’ Quarterly, September 2009 – May 2010

If available online, I’ve tried to link directly to the poem. Otherwise, I link to the publication. It can be tough to stay on top of the links, so if you find one that doesn’t work, let me know!

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