Publications, with links!

Posted on Jun 24, 2020 by fishclamor

Gone Lawn “Even the Sky.” Prose poem. June 20, 2020. Issue 37

Jokes Review, “The Light in the Refrigerator, or, the Ball in the Crescent Wrench,” Shirt Fiction. Jokes Review. Summer 2020, upcoming.

Jokes Review, “What You Always Wanted To Know About Mathematicians But Were Afraid to Ask, &c.” Short Fiction. Summer 2020, upcoming.

The Inflectionist Review, “The Late Bed,” prose poem. Jan. 2020 see p. 41 (at last you will know what the clamoring fish are about!)

Best Microfictions 2020 Nomination from Citron Review for “Fighting with God.

Gone Lawn, “Wake” and “Lot’s Wife,” Prose poems, December 20, 2019

*82 Review“The Flowering Bonsai,” Prose poem, December, 2019

Best Lyric Prose Anthology from Eastern Iowa Review: Ed. By Chila Woychick, my prose poems “Soprano” and “Shayna” are included. Available now at Amazon.

The Citron Review, “Fighting with God,” Prose Poem, Sept 23, 2019

Bending Genres Journal: “Unity,” Fiction. August 2019

The Raw Art Review: “In the Fall, Demeter”; “Weaning”; and Fighting with God,” reprinted, thanks to Citron ReviewProse poems. Dec. 2019. See pp. 117-120. 

Eastern Iowa Review: “Soprano” and “Shayna,” Prose-poems. Spring, Issue 8.

Bop Dead City: “The Orange Tattoo” and “Three Fortunes.” Flash-fiction and Prose-Poem. Fall 2016. (This was available in print only). Look in my book for them, eventually. 

Bop Dead CityInterview with Jennifer Woodworth. Fall, 2017. 

Ginosko Literary Journal, “Halloween.” (P. 102). Lyric essay/Flash Fiction. October 2016. I love this story. You have to scroll and scroll and scroll to page 102. I think it’s worth it though. Let me know. 

Monkey Puzzle Press: How I Kiss Her Turning HeadProse-Chapbook. May, 2014. The press is sadly closed, though I still have copies for sale, both e-book and hard-copy! You know you want one: drop me an email at Jen )at( fish clamor {dot} com Or send me a tweet @fishclamor

Review of How I Kiss Her Turning Head by A Total Stranger. With Questions for book groups! Never in my wildest dreams….Thank you Beth Castrodale! 

Review of How I Kiss Her Turning Head by an Internet writing friend. The man can write a fine essay! (Play and poem, too). Thank you Carl Nelson! 

Bellow Literary Journal, Volume 2.1, August 2013: “Mother of One” and “Screwing Up, Importantly,” Stories, August 2013. Print-only journal, still available! The story “Screwing Up, Importantly” is also posted on my blog, here. “Mother of One” is available in Bellow at the link above, and also in How I Kiss Her Turning Head. 

The Nassau Review, “Crows Over Wheatfield.” Poem (ekphrasis, poem) December 2011. This was a print-only Journal. 

Opium For the Arts: “The God and the Bug Story.” Flash-Fiction. January 2010. Look for it in my book, one of these days! 

AROHO Orlando Prize: “The Rings.” Sudden Fiction. Fall, 2009

Flashquake: “Asunder.” Poem. Winter, 2009. The site is closed now. Sad. But I posted it on my blog here

Mary, Mary, Mary: Visions of Grace. “we’re all marys” (prose poem). This book is a collection of Art and Writing about The Three Marys. Gallery Print, Virginia Beach, VA. Fall 2009. The beautiful book is now out of print, but “we’re all marys” is included in my chapbook How I Kiss Her Turning Head. 

Thank you so much for stopping by! 

—Jennifer Woodworth

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2 Responses to Publications, with links!

  1. Jennifer Woodworth says:

    Sure! Or you can just email me. Thank you for reading it!!!!!


  2. Harro Kobzik says:

    Hey Jen  —

    is this the right way to contact you about “the late bed”?




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