Country: United States

  • Julia Johnson
    Date of Birth: 1971

    Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale I have no idea why the sky is yellow where it meets the ground, why my knife is small, why the man in…

  • Antler

    Antler (born Brad Burdick) was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Eleanor Wilner

    Poetry International 13/14
    “Restored to Blue”

  • Kim Addonizio

    Poetry International
    “Ha”
    “Getting Older”

    Poetry International Three
    “Fine”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Fine”

  • Ellery Akers
    Date of Birth: 1946

    Poetry International V
    “Good”
    “Fifth Grade”

  • Naveed Alam

    Naveed Alam was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Sandra Alcosser

    Poetry International 22/23
    “The Blue Vein”

  • Sue Allison

    Poetry International 20/21
    “On Falling Leaves”

  • Rae Armantrout

    Poetry International 22/23
    “The Craft Talk”

  • Priscilla Atkins

    Poetry International 6
    “Priscilla Atkins”

  • Barry Ballard

    Poetry International 11
    “Six Thousand Prayers”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Six Thousand Prayers”

  • Aliki Barnstone
    Date of Birth: September 1956

    Aliki Barnstone was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Guy Bennett

    Poetry International 20/21
    “Elliptical Poem”

  • Lisa Bernstein (Lisa B)

    Poetry International 1
    “Trane’s Ride”

  • Malachi Black

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Lines from the Throne of Old Ideas”

  • Jane Blue

    Jane Blue was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Deborah Bogen
    Date of Birth: April 6, 1950

    Deborah Bogen was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Mark Brazaitis

    Poetry International 6
    “When You Are Old”

  • Jericho Brown

    Poetry International 20/21
    “Found: Messiah”

  • Christopher Buckley
    Date of Birth: 1948

    Christopher Buckley was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Beverly Burch

    Beverly Burch was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • E. G. Burrows

    Poetry International 6
    “Ring of Fire”

  • Cathleen Calbert

    Cathleen Calbert was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • e. e. cattings

    Poetry International 22/23
    “somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond my front door”

  • Wanda Coleman

    Poetry International Issue 5
    “Ad Nauseam”
    “The Unexpressed”

  • Peter Cooley

    Poetry International 1
    “For Hamlet”
    “In Possibility”

  • Robert Cooperman

    Robert Cooperman was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Barbara Crooker
    Date of Birth: November 21, 1945

    Poetry International 5
    “The Gyre”
    “In The Camargue”

    Poetry International 12
    “Nice”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Nice”

  • Mary Crow

    Trances I. Automatic pilot: I come to and wonder how I got to Elizabeth Street, half way home. I shrink my focus till my attention is on the gear shift…

  • Jim Daniels

    Poetry International 1
    “Speechless”

  • Glover Davis

    Poetry International V
    “I Wasn’t There”

  • Carl Dennis
    Date of Birth: 1939

    Carl Dennis was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Joanne Diaz

    Joanne Diaz was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • William Dickey

    T.S. Eliot at One Hundred and Seven This is the voice of the sandstorm, the voice of the unplayed hearts. These are the endless children rolled over and over at…

  • Gregory Djanikian

    Poetry International 1
    “Lac de Nom Perdu”
    “Lost Love”

  • Stephen Dunn

    Poetry International 2
    “Walking in Los Angeles”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Walking in Los Angeles”

  • Stuart Dybek

    Poetry International 1
    “Wind City”

  • W.D. Ehrhart

    Poetry International 1
    “Not For You”
    “The First French Kiss”

  • Elaine Equi

    Letter of Recommendation Please say something really good, no, great about yourself. I would but I am watching a porno movie and have no time to write. The woman astride…

  • Charles Fishman

    Mengele He had the charm of a Chinese emperor and loved to mingle with his victims and stood, invincible but somewhat mincingly, ready to divide them, mongrel from mongrel, his…

  • Carolyn Forché
    Date of Birth: April 28. 1950

    Poetry International Weblog
    “A Poet Among Us”

  • Katie Ford

    Poetry International 20/21
    “Earth”

  • Carol Frost

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Alias City”

  • David Gewanter

    Poetry International 22/23
    “‘Second Eden'”

  • Taylor Graham

    Taylor Graham was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Garth Greenwell

    Poetry International 13/14
    “Teaching Paradise Lost”

  • Jay Griswold

    Poetry International 6
    “Feet”

  • Jeff Halbert

    Jeff Halbert was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Nancy Hall James

    Nancy Hall James was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • James Harms

    Poetry International 1
    “Never Mind”
    “Copernicus”

  • Charles Harper Webb

    Charles Harper Webb was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Raza Ali Hasan

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Mourning and Other Activities”

  • Nancy A. Henry

    Poetry International 6
    “Angelus”
    “Lingua”

  • Bob Hicok

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Left to My Own Devices”
    “Psalm of Filling the Rental Car”

  • Edward Hirsch

    Poetry International 22/23
    “I Was Never Able to Pray”

  • Jane Hirshfield

    Poetry International
    “Manners/Rwanda”

    Poetry International 18/19
    “Spell to Be Said Upon Departure”

  • James Hoch
    Date of Birth: 1967

    James Hoch was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Joan Houlihan
    Date of Birth: 1951

    Joan Houlihan was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Harold Jaffe

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Untouched”

  • Christopher Janke

    Poetry International 6
    “Anniversary”

  • Kerry Shawn Keys

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Almost Invisible”

  • Ron Koertge

    Poetry International 1
    “A Man from Mars”

  • Jan Lee Ande

    Jan Lee Ande was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Larry Levis
    Date of Birth: September 30, 1946

    Larry Levis was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Deena Linett

    Poetry International 6
    “Inlet, Duluth”

  • Timothy Liu

    Poetry International 1
    “Billions Served”

  • Suzanne Lummis
    Date of Birth: September 13, 1951

    Suzanne Lummis is a Los Angeles-based poet featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Sarah Maclay

    Sarah Maclay was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Marie Marandola

    Poetry International 22/23
    “How to Say I Love You”

  • Renato Martinez

    Poetry International 13/14
    “Things”

  • William Matthews

    Poetry International 9
    “Sad Stories Told in Bars: The Reader’s Digest Version”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Sad Stories Told in Bars: The Reader’s Digest Version”

  • Jane Mead
    Date of Birth: August 13, 1958

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Solids and Non-Solids”

  • E. Ethelbert Miller

    Poetry International 1
    “Oh Nigeria!”

  • Robin Morgan

    Poetry International 1
    “The Spirit Cellar”

  • Stanley Moss

    Poetry International 1
    “The Miscarriage”
    “Dog”

  • David Mura
    Date of Birth: 1952

    David Mura was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Leonard Nathan
    Date of Birth: November 8, 1924

    Leonard Nathan was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Ed Ochester
    Date of Birth: September 15, 1939

    Ed Ochester was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • John Olivares Espinoza
    Date of Birth: 1978

    John Olivares Espinoza was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Alicia Ostriker

    Poetry International 13/14
    “A Prisoner”

    Poetry International 15/16
    “The Husband”

  • Linda Pastan

    Poetry International 1
    “Woman Holding a Balance”

  • Marge Piercy

    One Reason I Like Opera In movies, you can tell the heroine because she is blonder and thinner than her sidekick. The villainess is darkest. If a woman is fat,…

  • D.A. Powell
    Date of Birth: May 16, 1963

    Poetry International Weblog
    “unfortunately typical song lyric”

  • Holly Prado

    Poetry International 1
    “The Tall, Upheaving One”
    “One Ritual I’ve been Asked to Do”
    “The Swan in the Deck of Fortunes”

  • Charles W. Pratt

    Poetry International 18/19
    “Holding My Breath”

  • John Randolph Carter

    Her Lap  I’m complaining again about the time my mother went to France and left me alone with the stewardess. I was only ten but she made me feel like…

  • Adrienne Rich
    Date of Birth: May 16, 1929

    Adrienne Rich was featured in Volume V on Poetry International.

  • Susan Rich

    Poetry International 11
    “The Women Of Kismayo”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “The Women Of Kismayo”

  • Len Roberts
    Date of Birth: March 13, 1947

    Len Roberts was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Luis Omar Salinas
    Date of Birth: June 24, 1937

    Poetry International 7/8
    “My Gentle Dog”

  • Vicky Santiestesban

    Poetry International 22/23
    “The Heat Is”

  • Tom Sexton

    Poetry International 1
    “Poem Begun on Mother’s Day”

  • Charif Sanahan

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Self-Portrait in Black and White”

  • Charles Simic

    Poetry International One
    “Prison Guards Silhouetted Against the Sky”
    “On the Meadow”
    “Zaza at Midnight”

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Prison Guards Silhouetted Against the Sky”

  • Maurya Simon

    The Fallen Angel One more tithe to the altar of seductions: a rose tattoo on her rotund rump, and for that she’s lifted her dress, tucks a round of bills…

  • Daniel Simon

    Poetry International 20/21
    “Lumpen Literati”

  • Tracy K. Smith

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Field Guide”

  • Gary Soto

    Poetry International 1
    “Reincarnation”
    Poetry International 13/14
    “Fruits of the World”

  • Elizabeth Spires

    Poetry International 18/19
    “My Daughter”

  • J. Hope Stein

    Poetry International 22/23
    “[March 5, 1878]”
    Occasionally, I Remove Your Brain Through Your Nose: A Book of Poems
    “Just Married”
    “Home Movie”
    “Chicken”
    “Sometimes I Hear Husband”

  • Gerald Stern
    Date of Birth: February 22, 1925

    Poetry International Weblog
    “Donkey”

  • Frank Stewart

    Poetry International 1
    “And a Winter Evening Azrael’s Shadow Darkens the Garden”
    “The Final Cause is not Power but Consciousness,
    Says Anaxagoras”

  • Ruth Stone
    Date of Birth: June 8, 1915

    Poetry International 7/8
    “Consider”

    Poetry International 15/16
    “Untitled”

  • Alison Stone

    Poetry International 6
    “Haiku”

  • Virgil Suárez
    Date of Birth: 1962

    Virgil Suárez is a Cuban-American poet featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Terese Svoboda
    Date of Birth: 1950

    Terese Svoboda was featured in Volume V of Poetry International

  • Maria Garcia Teutsch

    Poetry International 22/23
    “Headlines from the United States”

  • Joseph Thomas

    Poetry International 22/23
    “A Love Song”

  • Lee Upton

    Poetry International 6
    “What Separates Us from the Humans”

  • Jean Valentine
    Date of Birth: April 27, 1934

    Poetry International 13/14
    “Earth and the Librarian”

    Poetry International Weblog

  • Alissa Valles

    Poetry International 18/19
    “Two Gods”

  • Ronald Wallace

    Poetry International 1
    “Dogs”

  • Bruce Weigl
    Date of Birth: January 27, 1949

    Bruce Weigl was feature in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Susan Wheeler

    Poetry International 1
    “Knot Me”
    “The Woodchuck”
    “Casino Night”

  • Mary Winters

    Mary Winters was featured in Volume V of Poetry International.

  • Gary Young

    Three Poems I. In New Jersey, a couple pulled a man from his car, shot him, and locked him in a box to die. They’d had a plan, but their…