NEW ESSAY: I’m beyond grateful to have an essay, “Lost (and Found) in Translation,” as part of the New York Times Disability Series — and part of a collaborative essay conversation called “Explaining Our Bodies, Finding Ourselves,” with the ever-lovely Molly McCully Brown.
SELECTED POEMS ONLINE:
“Panopticon,” The National Poetry Review.
“Preparing the Animal,” winner of the 2013 American Literary Review Poetry Prize.
SELECTED POEMS IN PRINT:
“At Pritchess Detention Center,” and “Cell Watch: Strip Cell,” Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly, Spring 2017.
“Prisoner’s Cinema with News from Home,” “Interrogation Instructions: Flood,” “War Pastoral,” and “At Holmesburg,” Crazyhorse.
“Premortem,” The Journal.
“Horse Broke Clear,” Beloit Poetry Journal.
“My Father Dreams of Horses (iii),” Sycamore Review.
“My Father Dreams of Horses,” and “My Father Dreams of Horses (ii),” Ninth Letter.
“Notes to the Body,” “Letter to My Pre-Op Self as Etiological Myth,” “Letter to My Pre-Op Self as Marionette,” “Self-Portrait as a Stand of Willows,” and “If You Come to the Sea and You Must Cross,” in Southern Indiana Review.
“Day Surgery or Toward a Big Unsubtle Ars Poetica,” Contributors’ Marginalia Series, 32 Poems.
The Cloudy House: “Susannah Nevison On Teratology”
The Missouri Review: Unbound Book Festival Author Interview
Ruth Awad/Pet Poetics: “Susannah Nevison: Re-Naming the Body”
Thanks to Southern Indiana Review for featuring recordings of three poems from Teratology:
TERATOLOGY (Persea Books, 2015) REVIEWS:
Unbound Book Festival, 2017.
Patricia Aakhus Award from Southern Indiana Review, 2014.