Published Writing

Poems

“Man and Fox,” “The Duck Daughter,” “The Lynx Who Sees Us,” “The Bear and the Nightingale,” and “Rabbits of the Earth and Moon” in FRiGG

“Loves Hiking,” “Monument,” and “This Year It’s Different”  in Pacific Review

“Anthem Against Summer” in Memoir Mixtapes

“What Fishing Meant Back Then” and “Danger” in The Delmarva Review

“Swan Song” in Interrupture

“Marrying the Bear” and “Women’s Studies” in Salt Hill

“Post-Leper” in The Cresset

“Tourmaline,” “Songs to God,” and “Prairie Dogs” in The Offending Adam

“Dream Where Paul Simon Was My Boyfriend” in Box of Jars

“Empty House” in Box of Jars

“What About the Word Abyss” in Box of Jars

“Farm Work” and “Hurry” in the Southern Women’s Review

“Songs to Women” and “People of the Apocalypse” in Dappled Things

“One Type of Ghost” and “Arriving at the Desert” in Eclectica

“Fair” in decomp

“After” and “Detailed” in DIAGRAM

“We Will Never Get Along” in Barn Owl Review

“Wedding Feast” in Prick of the Spindle

“Separating” in Weave

“Sacrificial” in WomenArts Quarterly Journal

“The Third Seal” in Radioactive Moat

“Kitchen Haiku” in decomp

“Homing” in The Cimarron Review

Stories

“Writing Their Names in Jewels” in Five:2:One

“Dementia Journal” in Requited

“Robot Creation Myths” in PANK

“The Guessing Game” in Gone Lawn

Nonfiction

Dappled Things Blog:
Immortality and Resurrection
Mildly Irreverent Pop Songs
Writing Workshops
The Brothers Karamazov and Self-Help
Sufjan Stevens and the Plight of the Christian Hipster
Who Will Save Us?

Fear of Eternity in Dappled Things

4 Everyday Events That Inspired Famous Authors in The Write Life

Feminism and the Struggles of Sisterhood in The Scold

Christianity, Twin Peaks, and the Dichotomy of Good and Evil in Quail Bell Review

“Open Letter” in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency

Review of Redivider 14.1 in The Review Review

Review of Palooka 7 in The Review Review

Review of ZYZZYVA in The Review Review

Review of Sara Moore Wagner’s Hooked Through in Small Press Book Review

Poem Challenges Blog:

A blog where I asked for difficult topics to write poems about.

You can contact me at ivy.grimes@gmail.com.