Friday, January 01, 2016

Published Poems 2015

poem: a haiku
whole poem: “sun on one ear / tuning the / ukulele”
written: TBD
publication: tiny words, issue 15.1, 14 April 2015
online
editors: Kathe Palka & Peter Newton
some other contributors: Billy Collins, Michael Dylan Welch, Dave Read, Don Wentworth

poem: five haiku
poem one first line: “at Rose & Spruce / the STOP sign”
poem two first line: “with a knife / you could dig another heart”
poem three first line: “raven croak / touch of class”
poem four first line: “bush daisies / lemons”
poem five first line: “sun behind his head”
written: TBD
publication: Berkeley Times, vol.5 no.19, Aug 13, 2015
PO Box 559
Berkeley CA 94701
editor@berkeleyx.org
editor: R. Todd Kerr
some other contributors: Alan Bern, Mary C. McCarthy, Julia Vinograd, Sharon Coleman

poem: a one-line morning haiku 
whole poem: “I wash my morning bowl over last night's dishes”
written: 2015
publication: Brass Bell: a haiku journal, 01 November 2015
online
editor: Zee Zahava
some other contributors: Alan Bern, Alan Catlin, Dave Read, Ana Drobot

poem: a haiku
first line: “a little bitter”
written: 2015
publication: Hedgerow: a journal of small poems, no. 55, Nov 13, 2015
editor: Caroline Skanne
online
some other contributors: Anna Cates, Christine L. Villa, Ken Sawitri, Sabine Miller


[This post will be continuously updated until I have organized my archives and the list is complete. I will be creating a separate blog post for each year. Contact information for publications is for historical purposes only.]

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Published Poems 2013

poems: selections from Fact chapbook
“Fact: an introduction to the poem poems of Glenn Ingersoll”
essay and interview by Jim Murdoch, includes a few poems from Fact
online
The Truth About Lies, 31 March 2013
Glasgow, UK


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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Published Poems 2006

poem: “I climbed out of the window of my soul”
first line: “and sat on the ledge which ran around the building,”
written: TBD
publication: Beeswax Magazine: a quarterly journal of literature and art, no. 2, Spring/Summer 2006
5548 Fremont St
Oakland CA 94608
info@beeswaxmagazine.com
editors: Laureen Shifley & John Peck
some other contributors: Ari Samksy, Peach Friedman, Chris Onstad, Livia Ching


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Monday, December 07, 2015

Published Poems 2003

poem one: “Sink”
first line: “The house is sinking quietly into the muck.”
written: TBD
poem two: “Small House”
first line: “in the small house”
written: TBD
poem three: “Dogs will not return”
first line: Does it matter whether John is walking”
written: TBD
publication: Snow Monkey: an eclectic journal, vol. 5 issue 6, 2003
Ravenna Press
PO Box 127
Edmonds WAS 98020
editors: Kathryn Rantala & Christiel Cottrell
some other contributors: Alan Catlin, B. Z. Niditch, Kevin Sweeney, Apryl Fox


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Saturday, December 05, 2015

Published Poems 2001

poem: [five poems from Fact series]
poem one first line: “This poem is easy to understand”
poem two first line: “This poem is the / only poem that I”
poem three first line: “The poem thinks it / might like to be”
poem four entire poem: “The poem is exactly this long”
poem five first line: “This poem is starting out / just before I am to lie down”
written: TBD
publication: Fish Drum, v. 16, 2001
PO Box 966 
Murray Hill Station
New York NY 10156
fishdrum.com
editor: Suzi Winson
some other contributors: Michael Rothenberg, Ellen Zweig, Simon Perchik, Joanna Sondheim

poem one: “Certainty: found in the UC Berkeley library database”
first line: “On certain abnormal conditions of the septum pellucidum”
written: TBD
poem two: “We Will Never Surrender: found in the UC Berkeley library database”
first line: “We will be heard”
publication: Chase Park, vol. 1 no. 2, 2001
20 Mule Press
PO Box 9136
Oakland CA 94613
editors: David Harrison Horton
some other contributors: John M. Bennett, Stephanie Young, Spencer Selby, Ryan G. Van Cleave

poem: “Living”
first line: “The fire was burning last night while I was reading about the dead.”
written: TBD
publication: Manzanita Quarterly, Winter 2000-01
PO Box 1234
Ashland OR 97520
Hhhertel@aol.com
editor: Mariah Hegarty
some other contributors: Kit Kennedy, Melanie Green, Marcy Greene, Amy Schutzer

poem: “Ways Out of the Great Maze of the Celestial Mouth (after Jack Martin)”
first line: “It is immaterial as the wind entered into evidence.”
written: TBD
publication: Gumball Poetry, Winter 2001
online [defunct, much remains in the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine]
poems were also physically distributed via gumball machines
editor: Laura Moulton
some other contributors: Jeff Meyers, Mary Fisher, Yvonne Hardenbrook, Jeffrey Winke

poem one: “Out of the Wound of the Heart”
first line: “Out of the motherfucking brown wound of the heart”
written: TBD
poem two: “Miloshbery”
first line: “Say to something, ‘Have at it!’ Then gather up your things and flee the room.”
written: TBD
poem three: “The Breathing Device”
first line: “Under the sea the mechanical lung and a bathing cutie”
written: TBD
publication: Loop, v. 1 iss. 2, Winter 2001
Press 62
2224 Dwight Way Ste A
Berkeley CA 94704
editor: Yuo-Fong Benedicte  Chang
some other contributors: Johanna Mangahas, Julia Vinograd, Larisa Hale, Kenneth Masaki Tanemura

poem: “Didn’t Hear a Thing”
first line: “Stop listening. You’ve done that.”
[includes reading in Real Audio, a format I no longer seem to be able to access]
written: TBD
publication: The Cortland Review, issue 15, Feb 2001
online
editor: Ginger Murchison; poetry editors: Amy MacLennan, Anna Catone, Jennifer Wallace, Christian Gullett [2015 masthead]
some other contributors: Coleman Barks, Ernie Hilbert, Judy Loest, Karen White

poem: “Stones”
first line: “the tongue that held my name”
written: TBD
publication: Comet, vol.2 no.1, Spring 2001
editors: Kathleen Munnelly & Maw Shein Win
some other contributors: Justin Chin, Jonathan Hayes, Aviva Rosenthal, Daphne Gottlieb

poem: “Boundary (for Gary Blankenship)”
first line: “I sliced my thumb”
written: 2001
publication: Writers Hood, March 2001 
online [defunct, traces remain in the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine]
editor: Jeff Mason; poetry editor: Gary Blankenship
some other contributors: Taylor Graham, Duane Locke, Bobbie Gogain, Thelma Mariano

poem: “What I Must Do Today:”
first line: “Wait for you.”
written: TBD
publication: Shampoo, issue 5, April 2001
online [offline as I write, but may be back; link takes you to the Internet Archive]
editors: Del Ray Cross
some other contributors: Dale Jensen, Jim Behrle, Sam Witt, Angela Ball

poem: “Poems from Our March: after Mang Ke’s ‘Poems in October’”
first line: “Crops / The picture of three men cut down to two.”
written: TBD
publication: Fourteen Hills, vol. 7 no. 2, Spring/Summer 2001
Creative Writing Dept
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave
San Francisco CA 94132
hills@sfsu.edu
editor: Noel Kalenian; poetry editor: Dan Mummert
some other contributors: Joshua Corey, Lucille Lang Day, Maureen Hurley, Kathleen Ossip

poem one: “nomarch” 
first line: “oleanders kinda uncle someone man”
written: TBD
poem two: “rallentando”
first line: “yes cindery undo chivalry kiss”
written: TBD
publication: gestalten, issue 5, July 2001
PO Box 6305
Santa Barbara CA 93160
editors: Paul Silvia & Adam Powell
some other contributors: Guy R. Beining, Jonathan Hayes, Spencer Selby, Andrew Topel 

poem one: “Back”
first line: “The house sits on a little hill in the middle”
written: TBD
poem two: “Small House”
first line: “in the small house”
publication: 3rd Muse: poetry journal, issue 3, Oct 2001
PO Box 476
Carnegie 3163
Melbourne VIC
Australia
[first appeared on the 3rd Muse website]
editor: Mark Melton
some other contributors: Lola Haskins, Josh Garden, JB Mulligan, Thomas Wooten



[This post will be continuously updated until I have organized my archives and the list is complete. I will be creating a separate blog post for each year. Contact information for publications is for historical purposes only.]

Friday, December 04, 2015

Published Poems 2000

poem: “Poem I Have Long Wanted to Write”
first line: “I am watching two men kiss”
written: TBD
publication: Prairie Schooner, v. 74 no. 2, Summer 2000
201 Andrews Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588
editor: Hilda Raz
some other contributors: D. A. Powell, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, Pattiann Rogers, Rick Barot

poem one: “The Chill Palace”
first line: “I want to take Sedna’s hand,”
written: TBD
poem two: “And And Again”
first line: “I dreamed about a shoe.”
written: TBD
poem three: “Praise”
first line: “Praise and euphoria same the beat”
written: TBD
poem four: “Where: a cento”
first line: “Where the blue begins”
written: TBD
poem five: “Dial Tone’s Sweet Hum”
first line: “In Heaven the telephone is ringing,”
written: TBD
poem six: “The Hours Began to Climb Across the Sky”
first line: “The hours began to climb”
written: TBD
[Also an interview]
publication: Hogtown Creek Review, Fall 2000
Hogtown Press
2601 SW 8th Dr
Gainesville FL 32601
hogtown@bigfoot.com
editors: Michael Martin & Elisa Maranzana
some other contributors: Dave Benson, Simon Perchik, Justin Chin, Jack Martin


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Thursday, December 03, 2015

Published Poems 1999

poem: [short poem]
first line: “I look to make sure / but the telephone is not ringing”
written: TBD
publication: Lilliput Review, issue 101, Jan 1999
282 Main St
Pittsburgh PA 15201
editor: Don Wentworth
some other contributors: Janell Moon, Leonard Cirino, Gerald Locklin, Lonnie Hall Dupont

poem: [a poem from Fact series]
first line: “I don’t want to be / a poet, says the”
written: TBD
publication: Simple Vows, issue 2, Feb 1999
PO Box 681597
San Antonio TX 78268
editors: Kemp Gregory & Charles Fuhrken
some other contributors: Albert Huffstickler, Robert Cooperman, Alan Catlin, Gerald Locklin

poem: “City with Flame”
first line: “What is today? A solid ounce at”
written: TBD
publication: Phoebe: a journal of literary arts, v.28 no.1, Spring 1999
MSN 2D6
George Mason University
4400 University Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030
phoebe@gmu.edu
editor: Mehera Dennison
some other contributors: William Pettit, Susan Tichy, Brendan Galvin, Ray DiPalma

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Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Published Poems 1998

poem: “The City in the Cup”
first line: “There is no life, the sign proclaims, imagining a short”
written: TBD
publication: Columbia Poetry Review
Columbia College
English Dept
600 South Michigan Ave
Chicago IL 60605
editors: Greg Purcell & Michael A. Staples
some other contributors: Tom Clark, Stephen Ratcliffe, Ron Padgett, W. B. Keckler

poem: “Voice”
first line: “The telephone is ringing in a locked house”
written: TBD
publication: ART/LIFE, v.18 no.9, issue 196, 1998
PO Box 23020
Ventura CA 93002
editor: Joe Cardella; poetry editor: Phil Taggart
some other contributors: Taylor Graham, Rick Lupert, Phil Taggart, Martie Negri

poem: “Hands”
first line: “The house wants to be for mercy but”
written: TBD
publication: ART/LIFE, v.18 no.6, issue 193, 1998
PO Box 23020
Ventura CA 93002
editor: Joe Cardella; poetry editor: Phil Taggart
some other contributors: Troy Overman, Doris C. Vernon, Adrian Dickworthy, Julie Herbst

poems: [eight from the Fact series]
poem one first line: “The poem can’t sleep”
poem two first line: “This poem is the / only poem that I”
poem three first line: “Don’t read me, / says the poem”
poem four first line: “The poem does not sing / all the time but”
poem five first line: “This poem would have you / hold it as long as you”
poem six first line: “Waves slide in, foam-hemmed,”
poem seven first line: “This poem will not / evaluate your life,”
poem eight first line: “You’ve found me! cries / the poem, happily. All that” 
written: TBD
publication: convolvulus, no. 25
Radiolarian Press
118 Meadowcroft Dr
San Anselmo CA 94960
editor: Greg Darms
some other contributors: David Alpaugh, Richard Kostelanetz, Karen Stromberg, Grace Grafton

poem: [one from Fact series]
first line: “Hello, poem. I’m”
written: TBD
publication: Fish Dance: a poetry calendar & newsletter for the North Bay, v.3, no.8, Sept 1998
online [now defunct, but the link above leads to the Internet Wayback Machine where much of the old site is viewable]
[I have a printout of the page on which the poem appears]
editors: Greg Darms & Nancy Cherry
some other contributors: Susan Terris, Laura Horn, CB Follett, Ruth Daigon

poem one: “One City Block”
first line: “Library free book night in the outside of”
written: TBD
poem two: “City of Swords”
first line: “The path is lingering, a green line like an apple’s”
written: TBD
publication: gestalten, issue 3, Sept 1998
1207 W. 19th St
Lawrence KS 66046
editors: Paul Silvia & Adam Powell
some other contributors: W. B. Keckler, Errol Millder, Luke Trent, John M. Bennett

poem: “City Away From It”
first line: “First you gotta get”
written: TBD
publication: Lost and Found Times, no. 41, Nov 1998
editor: John M. Bennett 
some other contributors: Spencer Selby, Ivan Arguelles, Sheila E. Murphy, Amy Trussell

poem: “Toilette”
first line: “Over the years it took more and more work”
written: TBD
publication: Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Winter 1998
PO Box 126
Hampden-Sydney VA 23943
editor: Tom O’Grady
some other contributors: Errol Miller, Ryan G. Van Cleave, Jan Frazier, Meredith Picard



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Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Published Poems 1997

poem: [one from Fact series]
first line: “The poem has been a beautiful / day”
written: TBD
publication: Antenym, 1997
Bathysphere Press
106 Fair Oaks St #1
San Francisco CA 94110
sjcarll@slip.net
editor: Steve Carll
some other contributors: Barrett Watten, Standard Schaefer, W. B. Keckler, Pierre Joris

poem: “Money Mutters”
first line: “Listen. Or look. Just sit there looking.”
written: TBD
poem: “The Dictator’s Turn”
first line: “The hopeful dictator returned her assets”
written: TBD
publication: Glyph, issue 3, 2015
The Labor of Love Cooperative
117 East Louisa #253
Seattle WA 98102
http://www.tooluser.com/glyph
editor: Sarah Byam
some other contributors: David Lee Ingersoll, Donna Barr, Sarah Byam, Roberta Gregory

poem: “The reflection of the dropwort’s fronds in the hubcap chrome”
first line: “Something of his evening, a word of it, at the far end of a thread …”
written: TBD
publication: Hawai’i Review, vol. 21.1 issue 49, Fall/Winter 1997
Dept of English
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1733 Donaghho Rd
Honolulu HI 96822
editor: Malia E. Gellert; poetry editor: Paige Jenkins
some other contributors: James D’Agostino, Christine Sneed, Sharon Kessler, Allison Eir Jenks

poem: [four from Fact series]
poem one first line: “It is morning in the poem”
poem two first line: “This is a private communication”
poem three first line: ”I would love / to be reading you”
poem four first line: “Instruction / Read this poem again.”
written: TBD
publication: The Typewriter: a literary journal from the Bay Area, issue 10, Dec 1997
PO Box 460074
San Francisco CA 94146
thetypewriter@blazt.com
editors: Adela Najarro, Aaron Dakan, Amy Holberg, t.k., and Giovanni Moro
some other contributors: A. D. Winans, Mary Rudge, Noni Howard, Diane Wang


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Monday, November 30, 2015

Published Poems 1996

poem: [seven from Fact]
poem one first line: “You have finally come / to this poem after”
poem two first line: “This poem was made / to be seen and not”
poem three first line: “This poem is a rock / I am throwing at”
poem four first line: “This poem expresses / the unique personality”
poem five first line: “This poem was / genetically encoded”
poem six first line: “Why are you writing / me? asks the poem”
poem seven first line: “I am not the / poem, the poem”
written: TBD
publication: Exquisite Corpse, issue 57, 1996
Illinois State University
Campus Box 4241
Normal IL 61790
editors: Andrei Codrescu, Laura Rosenthal
some other contributors: Clive Matson, Anne Carson, Simon Pettet, Tom Clark


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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Published Poems 1995

poem: “Not Just the Color of Your Cheeks”
first line: “I dug my teeth into the peel of the orange.”
written: TBD
publication: Berkeley Poetry Review, issue 28, 1994-95
700 Eshleman Hall
University of California 
Berkeley CA 94704
editors: Glenn Ingersoll & Patricia Johnson
editorial board: Sam Davis, Jay Dillemuth, Katherine Lederer, Jason Mitchell, Keith Mosier, Rufo Noriega, Braden Randall
some other contributors: Nin Andrews, Michael Chitwood, Alex Corey, Forrest Hamer


[This post will be continuously updated until I have organized my archives and the list is complete. I will be creating a separate blog post for each year. Contact information for publications is for historical purposes only.]