Publications

Online Poems

“Whosoever Holds This Hammer” on Women’s Voices for Change (with analysis by Rebecca Foust)

“Hit, Run” on Verse Daily

“Last Rites” on American Poetry Journal

“Hit, Run” on E-Verse Radio

“Fables From the Petrified Forest” in Smartish Pace 25

“Salt Myth” on Unsplendid 5.3 + 6.1 (audio)

“Museum” tanka on The Burlesque Variety Show

“Monet’s Poplars on the Epte” on The Burlesque Variety Show

“O Tannenbaum” on Apiary 5

A tanka on A Hundred Gourds

“Night Watch” on escarp

“Oranges in Winter” on The Centrifugal Eye

“Oculus” on escarp

“Birth, Labor” on qarrtsiluni (audio)

In Print

“Map Making for Ex-Missionaries” in Crab Orchard Review 22

“Whosoever Holds This Hammer” in Ecotone 24

Venetian tanka, bio, and reviews in English and translated into Romanian in New Work by Philadelphia Poets, edited by Valerie Fox and translated by Daniel Dragomirescu (Editura Pim, 2016).

A tanka in Moonbathing: A Journal of Women’s Tanka 13

“Gifted” in The Raintown Review 13.1

“Burning the Bodies” in Silk Road Review 14

“Juanita” in Other Countries: Contemporary Poets Rewiring History, edited by Claire TrĂ©vien and Gareth Prior (Inpress Books, 2014)

“Thriftscape with Buttons” and “Forget What the Arsonist Took” in Crab Orchard Review 18.2 (Amazon)

“The Widow’s Cinquains” in Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets, by Valerie Fox and Lynn Levin (Texture Press, 2013).

“Cinder” in The Yellow Issue of Fairy Tale Review (Amazon)

2 tanka in bottle rockets press 28

“Venice” tanka in Atlas Poetica 13 (PDF)

“Hit, Run” in Mudfish 17 (Amazon)

“White Rabbit” in Silk Road Review 6.2 (Kindle)

Interviews

“Success, Failure, Money: The Interview” on Tell Tell Poetry (June 20, 2016)

“Showcased Writer: Dawn Manning” on Silk Road Review (July 22, 2015)

“Myths About Modern Poetry: An Interview with Dawn Manning” (April 28, 2014)

And More

“A Closer Look at ‘Self-Portrait as Eve'” on Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing

“Dawn Manning on Debra Wierenga’s Poem ‘Fork'” on Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing

“Leave this World Gently: A Review of Traci Brimhall’s Rookery” in Buried Letter Press, December 2011