Artemis Journal: "LOOKING FOR AN OLD FRIEND'S VULVA PAINTINGS" forthcoming
SAVOR: Poems for the Tongue Anthology, Friendly City Books: "Ode to the Fish-Fry" forthcoming
Arboreal Literary Magazine: "Ghost Apples"
The Woodward Review: "Self Portrait"
Zone 3: "When the Sky Opens" and "The Strawberries and Something About Love"
Passages North (print): "Sisters"
Product Magazine: "Meanwhile in the Tree Stand Adjacent to Windmill-80"
West Trestle Review: "Bleeding Hearts at Her Feet"
Cider Press Review: "Water Witching"
SWWIM Every Day: "He asked if I'd want a daughter"
The American Journal of Poetry: "Stray Bullet in Dry Season"
MAYDAY Magazine: Review of Barbara Schwartz and Krista Leahy's Nothing but Light
MAYDAY Magazine: "Motherhood and Mental Illness: On Blue by Erin Wilson"
Christal Ann Rice Cooper Website: #360 Backstory of the Poem "Beyond the Field"
"Poetry is not only dream and vision; it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change, a bridge across our fears of what has never been before." -Audre Lorde
Emilee Kinney hails from the small farm-town of Kenockee, Michigan, near one of the Great Lakes: Lake Huron. She received her BA in Creative Writing and History from Albion College in Albion, Michigan and her MFA in poetry at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She is currently pursuing her PhD in creative writing at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Kinney has led community poetry workshops, volunteered as a poetry editor for various magazines, worked as an acquisitions intern and marketing freelancer for SIU Press, editorial assistant for the 2021 Crab Orchard Review Book Review Supplement, and Director of the 2021 Little Grassy Literary Festival. When she's not working, she hangs out with her dogs, hikes with her cohort, and dreams about having another Guinness in Ireland.
Previous Website Project: contemporary poetry book recommendations and weekly poem archive: www.kinneyemilee.wixsite.com/poet
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