Kelly Egan’s poems have appeared in Colorado Review, Laurel Review, White Stag, and Denver Quarterly, and her manuscript was recently a finalist in the Midwest Chapbook Contest. She lives in San Francisco and has an MFA in Poetry from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga. She likes to think about outer space and visit small towns.
On October 21st, 2018 I will be giving a poetry talk as part of the Poetic Voices series at the Dream Institute of Northern CA.
My collection, Natatorium, was recently named a finalist for the Midwest Chapbook Contest!
how a crystal works, Luna Luna, forthcoming
flyer, RHINO, forthcoming
to my mirror; escape is a place farther north; at altitude, The Laurel Review, April 2019
specificity’s a juicy glitch: dawn redwood, Denver Quarterly, June 2018
in the dream you have babies now, The Laurel Review, May 2018
all of samsara and one old-growth forest; narrative ideogram; day six, White Stag, October 2017
ballot initiative, Colorado Review, Summer 2017
Rollercoaster, Bronze Chimes, a collection of poems after Alfred Starr Hamilton, Fall 2015
Diaspora, Poets.Org, Fall 2015
Interstices, Poiesis Review, 2015
Utah, Spry, August 2014
Free, (Audio Poem) In Stereo Press, June 2013
Soliloquy, Eunoia Review, January 2013
Jungle Song, (Audio Poem) Paradigm 14, May 2010
Purge, SynergyZine 6, April 2010
En la Selva, Amazon Conservation Association (website), 2009
Elaine Kahn’s Women in Public (review)
Suzanne Buffam’s A Pillow Book (review)
Full creative resume available upon request