The Sleep that Changed Everything (Wesleyan University
The 3:15 Experiment (The Owl Press), with Bernadette Mayer, Jen
Hofer and Danika Dinsmore, 2001.
Dia/gnostic, artists book collaboration with Ann Slacik,
limited edition, in collections such as Biblioteque National de
France, and others, St. Deny, France, 2000.
Polyverse, Sun & Moon Press, Los Angeles, CA, winner of
the New American Poetry Prize, selected by Charles Bernstein.
(Reviews in The Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, American Book
Review, The Poetry Project Newsletter, The Village Voice, Rhizome,
Rain Taxi, Shark, Jacket Magazine (Australia) and Verse
magazine’s yearly anthology of Younger Poets), 1999.
Pamphlets, Broadsides and
My Jupiter in Mid-Heaven Poetics, broadside for Insomniacathon
Poetry Festival, (Benefit for Louisville Battered Women’s Shelter),
Louisville, Kentucky, February 24-25, 2001.
“Obaa Agnes Inflorescence,” “How Glad,” and “Ballad of Vertical
Integration,” Oasis Broadsides No. 76., to celebrate reading in Lit
City series, New Orleans, LA, October 3, 2000.
Prise, (translation of Crush) by Éric Giraud and Holly
Dye, edited by Juliette Valery, series publishes translations of
American poetry into French such as Robert Creeley, John Ashbery,
Elizabeth Willis, Norma Cole, Tom Raworth, George Oppen, Michael
Palmer and others, (Format Américain), Bordeaux, France, 2000.
Jade Toys, (Backwoods Broadsides, Chaplet Series, Number
53), edited by Sylvester Pollet, Ellsworth Maine, 2000.
The Voluptuary Lion Poems of Spring, Tender Buttons, 1997.
Miss Traduction, Centre de Poésie et Traduction & Tender
Lynx, Fondation Royaumont, France, 1995.
Crush, Leave books, Buffalo, NY 1992-93 Series.
poems by Lee Ann Brown, We Press, Santa Cruz, CA, 1993.
Present Beau Robin Blaser, limited edition broadside,
Kavyayantra Press, Boulder, CO, 1993.
a museme, Boog Literature, Oceanside, NY, 1993.
Cultivate, Tender Buttons, Boulder, CO, 1991.
Poetry in Anthologies
An Anthology of International Poetry in English, edited by Rod
Menghem & John Kinsella, Cambridge University, England
The Best American Poetry 2001, edited by Robert Hass, (Scribner
Poetry), New York, NY, 2001.
The Portable Boog Reader, edited by David Kirschenbaum, (Boog
Literature), New York City, 2000.
Blood & Tears: Poems for Mathew Shepard, edited by
Scott Gibson (Painted Leaf Press) New York City, 1999.
An Anthology of New (American) Poets, edited by L. Jarnot,
C. Stroffolino, L. Schwartz, Talisman House, 1998.
Primary Trouble: An Anthology of Contemporary American
Poetry, edited by Ed Foster, Joseph Donahue, and Leonard Schwartz,
Hoboken, NJ, 1996.
Writing from the New Coast: Presentation, a special double issue
of o•blek, edited by Connell MacGrath & Peter Gizzi, foreword
by Steve Evans, (o.blek editions,) Buffalo, NY, 1993.
Fire Readings: A Collection of Contemporary Writing from the
Shakespeare & Company Benefit Readings, “fireword” by Lawrence
Ferlinghetti, (Frank Books, Vincennes, France), 1991.
Out of This World: An Anthology of the St. Mark’s Poetry
Project, 1966-1991, edited by Anne Waldman, foreword by Allen
Ginsberg, (Crown Publishers, Inc, New York City,) 1991.
The Anthology of First Annual Hamilton College Intercollegiate
Reading Series, edited by William Rosenfeld, Hamilton, NY,
Poetry in Publications and Periodicals (1984—2001) “Summery”
reprinted in An Exultation of Forms, edited by Annie Finch,
University of Michigan Press, 2002.
Translations into French of poems from Polyverse by Sabrina
Macher, Java, No. 21-22., Double Issue, Paris, France,
“Joe Acrostics” in special section, “Hello Joe: A Tribute to Joe
Brainard, ” Pressed Wafer, (Boston, 2001)
“Ballad of Susan Smith” The Baffler, , Number 14, (Chicago,
“I Do This” and “Auspicious Window,” Crow, edited by Leslie
Bumstead and Rod Smith, Washington, DC, Edge Books, 2001.
“Dear Rod Moth” in How 2 Write Love poems that Don’t Suck, by
Delia’s and Charles Weigl, New York City, February 2001.
“You Are Not Gorgeous and I Am Coming” and “Sustain
Petal,”Snare, Issue 2, New York City, edited by Drew Gardner,
7 poems in How2: An Electronic Journal of Women’s Writing,
edited by Kathleen Fraser and Kimberly Lyons, hosted by Bucknell
University, Issue 8.
Collaborations with Rod Smith, Bernadette Mayer, Phil Good and
John Enslin in RE*MAP, Issue # 7: Love, edited by Todd Baron, Los
Angeles, CA, 2000.
“The death of love is very different from the death of death,”
“The Apartment that Exploded, Document #3” and “Rose Clothed Ahead”
Insurance: a magazine of new writing, Issue No. 1, edited by
Kostos Anagnopolous and Chris Tokar, Brooklyn, NY, 2000.
“Dear Rod Moth,” Primary Writing, edited by Diane Ward and
Phyllis Rosensweig, Washington, DC, 2000.
Homophonic translations, Reft and Light, Poems by Ernst Jandl
with Multiple Translations by American Poets, Dichten =, No. 4,
Burning Deck Press, edited by Rosmarie Waldrop, Providence, RI,
Translation into Serb-Croation by Dubravka Duric, from
Polyverse, ProFemina Magazine, 21-22. Beograd, Yugoslavia.
Translation from Polyverse, by Boris Pintar, Mentor, Issue 3-4,
2000, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
“Rose Clothed Ahead” and “Sonnet around Stephanie” in Verse:
Younger American Poets Issue, Volume 16, Number 3, Volume 17,
Number 1, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH, edited by Brian
Henry & Andrew Zawacki, 2000.
“Loaded Terms,” Combo #2, Providence, RI, Summer 1998.
“Villanelle on Being Alone,” “Susie Asado Breakdown,” Fence
Magazine; Issue #2, New York City, November 1998.
Selections from Polyverse, Poet’s Sampler, introduced by Elaine
Equi, sponsored in part by the Utah State University Press and the
May Swenson Poetry Award Series, The Boston Review, Vol. 23, No. 5,
October/ November, 1998.
“Writing in the Dark“ translated as “En écrivant dans le Noir”
and “Dept of the Interior” translated as “Dept de l’Intérieur,”
Centre de la Poésie Marseille, book for Poésie & Cinema
Américains, Marseille, France, October 1998.
2 Poems for Allen” Booglit, New York City, Fall 1998.
“Caitlyn Grace”, “Valentines,” and “Esmerelda Suite,” Combo #1,
Providence, RI, Summer 1998.
“A Call for Vertical Integration in the Eye of the Storm” and
“Ma Lab,” Jacket, edited by John Tranter, Volume 8,
Australian on-line magazine, 1997.
“Limited Sight Distance,” “epigrams,” “Villanelle on Being
Alone”, No Trees, Summer 1997.
“Icarus,” a collaboration with Susan Meyer Fenton, Chain, (Leave
Books), Spring, 1996.
“Tuli’s Pleasure Gardens,” “Canto Cento,” Bombay Gin, Spring,
“Present Beau Robin Blaser,” Capilano Review, Festschrift for
Robin Blaser, Vancouver, BC, Winter 1996.
“Respond to me,” “the lambs of time captive,” “Super high
attic uterus,” “Variation on A Circle Play, A Play in Circles” and
other collaborations with Marion Van Oyen, Susan Clarke, and
Allison Bundy, Miss Traduction, Tender Lynx, Fondation Royaumont,
France. Summer 1995.
“Axis of my Baby,”6ix, Vol. 4 No. 1, 1995.
“Apple Pie Epic,” “Clio Loco,” “Yoo-Hoo, Polyhymnia,”
Phoebe: A Journal of Literary Arts, Summer 1994, George Mason
Velocity City, A.BACUS, Issue Number Eighty-Two, (18 pages
of poetry), Potes & Poets Press, May 15, 1994.
7 Poems in “Word on the Street,” The Shambala Sun, Nova Scotia,
Canada, Summer, July, 1994.
“Poem for Joe” and “Summery” in The Impercipient, Spring
“Deep Gossip Not,” “Renga” with Sianne Ngai, Judith Goldman,
Lisa Jarnot, Chain, (Leave Books), Spring, 1994.
“Axis of my Baby,” “poem for lisa,” “Planet Stricken”
Torque, Issue #1, New York City, 1994.
“Gerard for Unction,” 13th Moon, Volume XII, Nos. 1 & 2,
State University of New York: Albany, NY, Spring, 1994.
“For Aylene,” The World, #48, The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s
Church: New York City, 1993.
“Pre-Terpsichorean Chores” in Thermos 5, Albany, NY, Fall,
“Apple Pie Epic,” “Erato, Aerater,” “O No Melpomene,” “Truer,
Pure Euterpe,” “Demi-Queer Notion,” Hyena, Volume 1, No. 2,
Boulder, CO, October, 1993.
“Coffee,” “Yale Place,” Lingo, #1, Hard Press: W. Stockbridge,
“The Dark Between the Frames,” Sentience/Cinematograph,
The Foundation for Art in Cinema: San Francisco, 1993.
“Paper White,” “Pansy,” “Peony,” “Poppy,” Raddle Moon 12: The
Known, Part IV, Description, Vancouver, BC., Canada, 1992.
“The Sleep That Changed Everything,” “Thang,” Hyena, Volume 1,
No. 1, Boulder, CO, October, 1993.
“Discontinuous Autoharp,” We Magazine, Issue 17, Volume 2,
published on BITNET, Albany & Santa Cruz, 1993.
“Epithalamium for Stacy Doris & Chet Wiener,” Astarte,
Vol. I, No. I, Naropa Institute Summer Magazine, Boulder, 1992.
“A Double Triolet,” (with Lisa Jarnot), Black Bread #3, Gosling
Press: Providence, RI, 1993.
“Moveable Landscapes,” The World, #43, The Poetry Project
at St. Mark’s Church: New York City, 1992.
“Bodies Can Move This Way,” “Canzone Triste,” “Daylily Excuses,”
Cathay, First Issue, Providence, RI, 1992.
“A Bird Flew By With A Vowel In Its Beak,” “El Floridita,” “The
of a The,” “Heavy Earthly Diadems,” “Miss Inexactitude,” “Lyric,”
Black Bread #1 , Gosling Press, Providence, RI, 1992.
“Come Go with Me,” “Body in Trouble,” (with Jennifer Moxley),
The Impercipient, #3, Providence, 1992.
“Inner Crawdad Buzz,” (with Lisa Jarnot), “Air,” “Daybook,”
“Monk Alone,” “Rakish Scrubbing of Graduate Gowns” (with Bernadette
Mayer), Black Bread #2, Gosling Press, Providence, RI,
“(lake) O,” “Taxi Drivers This Year,” “both my lovers are
broke,” “Crush,” (version), The Impercipient, #1, Providence, RI,
“Point Blue,” “Those with the Pointed Hats Consult Secretly in
the Corner with My Mother,” Clerestory, (The Brown/RISD Journal of
the Arts.) , Volume IX, Issue 1, Providence, RI, Fall, 1991.
“Crush,” (version), Front, Western Front Arts Center,
Vancouver, BC, 1991.
“Pledge,” “After Sappho,” “list for summer,” (reprint),
Southerners: Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Southerners in New York
City, Volume 2, Issue 3, New York City, 1991. “notes,”
Manifesto, Naropa Summer Magazine, Boulder, CO, 1990.
“White Slippers,” “Chain reaction,” “little Dried Fish,” Shiny
International: The Magazine of the Future, No. 5., New
York City, 1990.
“Allegory for Frank Stanford,” We Magazine, Issue 12,
Santa Cruz, CA, 1989.
“from Daybook,” Brief #4, Canyon, CA, May 1989.
“Beads,” Archeus, edited by David Marriott, London, England,
“speaking on & off our house,” “Ki-Ko-E-Ma-Su Ka,” “Dance
Score for Marni Grant,” Pome, #3, New York City, 1988.
“Riddle,” Giants Play Well in the Drizzle, Issue 21,
Brooklyn, NY, December, 1988.
“Oulipo,” Pome, #1, New York City, 1988.
“Warm and Fragrant Mangos, Thirty Calla Lilies,” The Poetry
Project Newsletter, New York City, October/November, 1988.
“Alone,” Cold Water Broadside, #2, Norman, OK,
“Cooching,” The National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East
Side, New York City, Spring 1988.
“Oracular Vowels,” “Jazz,” “Love,” “Summer List,” “Lust Far Away
Zomer,” CUZ #2, The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s
Church, New York City, 1988.
“Sonnet Around Stephanie,” Cold Water Business, edited by
Elizabeth Robinson, Providence, RI, 1987.
“Prunes,” (for C.D. Wright), Southern Poetry Review, University
of North Carolina at Charlotte, Vol. XXVII, No. 2., Fall, 1987.
“John Hay Smoking Opium,” Issues, Brown University,
Providence, RI, 1987.
“Letter Out,” “Museum for Blossom Kirschenbaum,” Cleavage:
The Brown Undergraduate Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 1,
Providence, RI, Spring 1987.
“Villenelle for Beth,” Bayleaves, Asheville, NC, 1985.
“Moving Earth” “Mayakovsky Mistranslation,” Black Mountain II
Review, Volume VI, Buffalo, 1987.
“Untitled,” Positions, Providence, RI, 1986.
“list for summer” in Clerestory, (The Brown/RISD Journal of the
Arts), Volume II, Issue 1, Providence, RI, Fall 1984.
Further Articles and
“Post-Chelsea Girls,” by Caroline Crumpacker, Provincetown Arts,
Volume 15, Provincetown, MA.
Interview of Lee Ann Brown by Gail Nasel, Boulder Planet,
Boulder CO, Volume IV, Issue 1., July 7- July 13, 1999.
Interview of Lee Ann Brown by Jason Brooks, Reflector Magazine,
Shippensberg, PA, April 1998.
Essays, Reviews & Occasional Writings “On Form” in
Pleasures/ Structures, edited by Annie Finch and Susan M. Schultz,
(University of Michigan Press), forthcoming, 2002.
“Alphabet Bernadette” forthcoming in Page Mothers Anthology:
Papers from UCSD Conference, edited by Fanny Howe, University
of Arkansas Press, 2002.
Reviews of Ring of Fire by Lisa Jarnot (Zoland Books) and
Richard Foreman’s play Now That Communism is Dead, My Life Feels
Empty (Ontological Hysteric Theater), The Poetry Project
Newsletter, Apr-May 2001.
“Personal Dictionaries” Teachers & Writers Newsletter,
New York, NY, May-June, 1999.
“Extreme of Consciousness Writing” (on Hannah Weiner), The
Poetry Project Newsletter, Jan./Feb. 1998.
“My Jackson Mac Low” in Crayon, Festschrift for Jackson Mac
Low’s 75th Birthday, edited by Andrew levy and Bob Harrison, New
York City, 1997.
“People Who Led to Me: Linked Writing in Response to Adrienne
Kennedy’s People Who Led to My Plays,” Teachers & Writers
Newsletter, New York, NY, Nov./Dec. 1997.
Review of Immediate Orgy & Audit by Ange Mlinko, The Poetry
Project Newsletter, Spring 1995.
Review of The Fall of Orpheus by Lisa Jarnot, The Poetry Project
Newsletter, Spring 1994.
“From CUZ to zuk” part of a forum on women’s editorial
practices, Chain, Spring/Summer 1994, edited by Juliana Spahr
and Jena Osman.
“Conversation with Bernadette Mayer,” Torque #2, Fall 1994, New
“Dear Scarlet Cabinet,” The Scarlet Cabinet, by Alice Notley
& Douglas Oliver, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Spring,
"Buffalo Stance,” Writing from the New Coast: Technique, edited
by Juliana Spahr & Peter Gizzi, (o•blek editions),
Buffalo, NY, 1993.
PATTERNS / CONTEXTS / TIME: A Symposium on Contemporary
Poetry, Tyuonyi 6/7, edited by Charles Bernstein & Philip Foss,
Santa Fe, NM, 1990.
Editorial and Publishing
Open City Magazine (Fall 2001), New York City, Guest Editor,
Tender Buttons Press (1989-Present), New York City, Founding
Editor & Publisher. Currently edit, design, and publish
innovative and experimental poetry by women. Tender Buttons is an
award-winning and influential press which has published
titles including Sonnets by Bernadette Mayer, Not A Male Pseudonym
by Anne Waldman, Trimmings by Harryette Mullen, Lawn of Excluded
Middle by Rosmarie Waldrop, silent teachers remembered sequel by
Hannah Weiner and Imagination Verses by Jennifer Moxley, in
addition to numerous chapbooks, broadsides and monographs.
West Coast Line Magazine (Fall 1992), Vancouver, BC, Guest
Editor. Edited and introduced , “New York City Sample,” a
special section featuring work by ten contemporary New York City
poets across the generations, published by Simon Fraser University,
Issue Eight (26/2), Fall 1992.