Selected Publications

2020  “Be Monster,” “Abraham Lake,” Poetry, forthcoming, U.S.

“A Candle in the Night,” The American Poetry Review, forthcoming, U.S.

“Cabin Mirror,” Western Humanities Review, Issue 74.1, forthcoming, Department of English, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, U.S.

“Wrapped around Eleanor,” Journal Nine, Issue 3, forthcoming, U.S.

“Winter Sunlight,” “Until,” Barzakh, forthcoming, Department of English, the University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, NY, U.S.

“The road behind us,” “Dear daughter,” Santa Clara Review, Volume 107, Issue 2, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, U.S.

“A History of Leaves,” “Succulents,” “Monologue on the Structures of a Bubble,” “Excess in Real Life,” “Second Time is a Charm,” Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Literature, Volume 14, Issue 1, March, U.S., online

2019  “Poem Without a Title,” Zócalo Public Square: An ASU Knowledge Enterprise Magazine of Ideas, December 13, U.S., online

“Sonnet,” “Buzz Off,” “The River,” The South Carolina Review, Volume 52.1, Fall 2019, Clemson University Press, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, U.S.

“Subplots of Freedom,” “Yeah, Right,” “The Carpet is Making Me Anxious,” “Eel Feels,” “Grammarist,” “All Our Spoons at Once,” Nine Mile Magazine, Vol. 7, Nos. 1 & 2, Lafayette, NY, U.S.

“Sacrum convivium,” “The Susquehanna by Moonlight,” Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Spring/Summer (Vol. 47, Nos. 1 & 2), Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, U.S., pp. 41-42

“The Angels and Frogs are Speaking,” “The Day After,” The Scores, Issue 6, School of English, Castle House, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK, online

“Rolling with the Schadenfreude,” Mantis: A Journal of Poetry, Criticism & Translation, Issue 17, Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages, School of Humanities & Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, U.S., p. 55

“Real Original,” “Add Water Here,” Hotel Amerika, Issue 17, Spring 2019, University of Nebrask Press, U.S., pp. 260-261

2018  “With a Bubble Around Your Head,” “Fragile Rocking Horse Circle,” “Dark in the Guest Chamber,” “Seeking Windfall,” “The Owl of Minerva’s Education,” “Tubers,” Nine Mile Magazine, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Lafayette, NY, U.S., pp. 201-209

“The Imaginary Advertisers,” “Small Town Frequency,” “The Stakes of a New Posture,” Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, Volume 12, Issue 3, September, U.S., online

“An Exhalation of Springheads,” X-Peri, July 17, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online, in collaboration with Tom C. Hunley

“Unaffected by Strong Force,” X-Peri, July 5, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online, in collaboration with Colin Winborn

“The Jubilation of Air,” X-Peri, June 29, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online, in collaboration with Myla Thomas Fairchild

“Exploding and Whirling, A Review of The Complete Poetry of Aime Cesaire, Translated by A. James Arnold and Clayton Eshleman, by Nathan Spoon,” X-Peri, June 19, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“As the Ringing of Bells, A Review of Geoffrey Gatza’s a Dog Lost in the Brick of Outlawed Trees by Nathan Spoon,” X-Peri, April 30, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Cuddly in Camo,” Poetry, March Issue, U.S. 

“Juggling Words,” Breaking Ground, Issue 91, 2017-2018 Annual Arts Issue, Tennessee Council on Development Disabilities, Nashville, TN 37243, U.S.

2017  “Letters,” “Speaking of Portents,” “The Giant Catcher,” “Tablets,” “Argo X,” “A Voice Out of the Ground,” Spacecraftproject, December 21, U.S., online

Doomsday Bunker, Swan World, Paris, France

“Supplemental Facts,” Litter, October, Nottingham, England, U.K., online

“The Lines,” Stride, October 17, Cornwall, England, U.K., online

“Moon 2: Handouts,” Zoomoozophone Review, Issue 15, October, U.S., p. 29

“Night stirred a dream into Infinity,” The Licentiam, October 12, Newport, Wales, U.K., online

“Start,” Stride, October 12, Cornwall, England, U.K., online

“Labyrinth + Nozzle,” “As Cinematic as Fingers,” “W of Bones,” “Astrological Proclivities,” “To a Culture Vulture,” “The Congratulators,” X-Peri, October 8, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“To Frivolity, A Review of Heller Levinson’s tenebraed by Nathan Spoon,” X-Peri, August 13, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

My Name is Gretchen Merryweather, hardPressed Dual Poets Reader: One, hardPressed poetry, Dublin, Ireland, U.K., with Sheila Mannix

“Penetralia: Eshleman Inside & Out, A Review of Clayton Eshleman’s Penetralia by Nathan Spoon,” X-Peri, June 24, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“please,” Zócalo Public Square: An ASU Knowledge Enterprise Magazine of Ideas, June 9, U.S., online; and as “give me your hammer,” by NPR affiliate Zócalo on KCRW, June 9, U.S., online

“A Handful of Jacks,” Mantis: A Journal of Poetry, Criticism & Translation, Issue 15, Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages, School of Humanities & Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, U.S., p. 36

“Night laid an infertile egg in Darkness,” The Licentiam, April 16, Newport, Wales, U.K., online

“It makes a goblin of the sun (@80 bpm),” “I’ll write coward across your face,” “April dots the sombre thorn,” “I’ll have tofu for dinner,” X-Peri, April 15, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online, in collaboration with Sammantha J. Prychodko, Fusiform Gyrus, Jamie Thurman and Alex Lundy

“The Lord Sends a Wind,” “A Cup of Coffee,” X-Peri, March 20, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Flaky (Yuck, Yuck),” “Cloak on the Road,” Zoomoozophone Review, Issue 12, January, U.S., pp. 24-25, with Jamie Thurman and Sammantha J. Prychodko

2016  “Of Redisplacement,” “To Various Makers,” X-Peri, August 11, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Of Twigs and Twine,” “The Composite Stone,” X-Peri, June 7, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Stone of Heraclea,” From the Lighthouse, Issue 3, Easter Term, Durham University English Society, U.K., p. 23

“Splitting a Stump,” From the Lighthouse, Issue 2, Epiphany Term, Durham University English Society, U.K., p. 11

2015  “By the Window,” Reflections: A Magazine of Theological and Ethical Inquiry, Spring 2015, Yale Divinity School, U.S., p. 53

“A Palliative Voice,” Oxford Poetry,  XV.II / Winter 2014-2015, Magdalen College, Oxford, U.K., pp. 5-6

2001   “The Sparrow and the Crumb,” What Have You Lost?, HarperCollins, May, edited by Naomi Shihab Nye, p. 69