Today's poem is "Here at the OFH"

from Birmingham Poetry Review

Kathryn Starbuck's books of poems are Sex Perhaps (2014), nominated for the 2015 Pulitzer Prize, and Grief Mania, (2006) both from Sheep Meadow Press, New York City. She is completing her third poetry manuscript, Existential Chitchat. Her award-winning poems appear in Poetry, Southwest Review, Ploughshares, AGNI, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Harvard Review, The Best American Poetry, The Sewanee Review, JAMA, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her poems have been reprinted and anthologized in this country, Canada, and Europe. She has completed a memoir and is compiling a book of essays. She edited, with Elizabeth Meese, two volumes of poems by her late husband, George Starbuck.

Books by Kathryn Starbuck:

Other poems on the web by Kathryn Starbuck:
Seven poems
Two poems
"The Shoe"

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Other poems from Birmingham Poetry Review in Verse Daily:
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December 4, 2015:   "Sidewalks" by Allison Joseph
December 3, 2015:   "Rings" by Ricardo Pau-Llosa
December 2, 2015:   "Lambing" by Luke Hollis
March 7, 2012:   "Parties" by Michael Milburn
March 6, 2012:   "Kings Highway" by Robert W. Hill
March 24, 2011:   "Prairie" by Sidney Wade
March 22, 2011:   "Ficus" by Gregory Fraser
July 2, 2006:   "Biochemically Speaking, People Are Close Relatives of Soy" by Charles Harper Webb

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