Katrina Roberts

POEMS

Women's Studies Quarterly, Vol. 43
“What Rough Beast”

Spillway
“Strung,” November, 2014
“Fable,” October, 2011

Poetry Northwest,
“Bewilder,” “Snow Globe,” “Nothing to Declare”

Boston Book Review
"The Cup" (Vol. 5, Issue 6)
"Harm's Way"(Vol. 4, Issue 1)

RUNES, Winter Solstice 2005, ed. Follet & Terris.
“Spiritus”

The Journal
“Postlude: Madrigal” (Volume 28.2)
“Residuum” (Volume 26.1)
"About Refusal" (Volume 21.1)

Orion Magazine;
Vol. 22 Issue 5 (Fall 2003)
"Appoggiatura"
(Spring 2000)
“One or Two Things Sacred to Sorrow”

Sonora Review; Issue 45
"Pregnant Sonnet II"; "Pregnant Sonnet VIII"

Ploughshares; Vol. 31 Issue 4, p138
"Blue"

New England Review; Vol. 25 Issue 3, p76
"Estuary"

Northwest Review;
Vol. 48 Issue 1
"Tenants"; "Tibishi"; "Gandy Dance";"Kam Wah Chung & Co"
Vol. 48 Issue 2
"Whiskey"; "Welshpool, c 1807"; "Cursing Pot"

New Orleans Review
Vol. 29 Issue 1
"Anemnesis"; "Plumed Wings, Apposing Thumbs & Other Household Mutations"
Vol. 34 Issue 1, p18
"Origins"


ANTHOLOGIES


"Katrina Roberts’ poems do not admit easy phrasings; instead, they are assembled word by word, each chosen with informed deliberation and a sense of pace. I have followed the track of her lines with heightened attention, eager for her next surprise." —Billy Collins