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Intermittent Visitors: Mary Alexandra Agner

  Mary Alexandra Agner is the author of the poetry collections The Scientific Method (Parallel Press, 2011) and The Doors of the Body (Mayapple Press, 2009), as well as Olivia & the Experiments, short stories funded by her Kickstarter backers to subvert scientist stereotypes with LEGO fanfic. Her work has appeared in Astropoetica, Eye to […]

Nah, I had Supergirl, because even when I was a kid, I preferred a two-piece.

Day four of our poetry blog book tour, Back to the Future: Mary Alexandra Agner interviews Jeannine Hall Gailey. (Tomorrow: Christine‘s interview with me.)

it is the internally consistent world that makes the largest impression

Day three of our poetry blog book tour, Back to the Future: Mary Alexandra Agner and The Doors of the Body

Conspiracy of Leaves

For day one of Back to the Future, I interviewed Wendy Babiak, the author of Conspiracy of Leaves (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s). Her poetry has also appeared in a wide variety of periodicals, including: “The Uninvited Guest” in Autumn Sky Poetry. “a posteriori,” “Ekphrasis on a Screensaver” and “Elegy” in Big Bridge. “Rondeau for […]

duke out what history is writ

My friend Mary Alexandra Agner has a new and awesome book out: The Doors of the Body.


The 2009 Rhysling Awards are now open to nominations from SFPA members. My eligible poems (all for the short poem category) this year are: “Werepenguin.” Strange Horizons, 10 March 2008. “Venusian Girls Are Better.” Coyote Wild. January 2008 Vol 2 Issue 1. “The Aviary.” Chizine, Issue #35 (January – March 2008). I’m fond of these […]