Salmagundi Magazine

Spring 2017

Poems: "Carthage" "Dinner with My Dying Mother" "Elegy to the Woman Who Leapt in Front of My Car" "Isambard Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern 1857" "Last Night I Dreamt of Drowning" "Packing to Go Home" "The Floods of Felsenthal" "The Ways in Which I've Loved You." "To Denver"

Palette Poetry

March 2020

Poem: "Veterinary Practice"

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

June 2020

Fiction: "Consumed"

Palette Poetry

October 2020

Poem: "With Only the Moon to See"

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

August 2020

Poem: "EMP"

Poetry South

December 2020

Poem: "Rewilding"

The Missouri Review

March 2021

Poem: "Erosion at Punalu'u Beach"

The Atlanta Review

Spring 2020

Poem: "All Souls Day"

Bluestem Magazine

January 2020

Poem: "My Body is a Haunted House"

The West Review

Summer 2020

Poem: "The Space You Leave Behind"

Screen Door Review

July 2020

Poems: "Body as Text" & "Glory Be"

The Adroit Journal

October 2020

Collage Series: "There is No Beauty in the Finest Cloth"

Permafrost Magazine

January 2021

Poem: "Microcosm"


Hybrid: "The Coyote"

Permafrost Magazine


Poem: "True Facts About the Porcupine"

The Offing

Spring 2020

Poems: "The Night Before the Summer Solstice" & "Field Tech to the Naked Mole Rat"

Hayden's Ferry Review

Issue #66

Poems: "My Mother Taught Me To" 

& "Polyamory: An Introduction"

Odes and Elegies: Ecopoetry from the Texas Gulf Coast

November 2020

Poems: "But Isn't It Beautiful?" & "Birdwatching"

Academy of American Poets

Fall 2020

Poem: "The Gift Shop at the End of the World" - Winner of an Academy of American Poets Prize

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

October 2020

Poem: "Nuclear War"

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

February 2021

Poem: "Asteroid Impact"

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

April 2021

Poem: "Super Volcano"

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Grace Wagner,

"The poetry of the Earth is never dead." - John Keats

Grace Wagner is a queer, nonbinary ecopoet living with a disability in Houston, TX where they teach literature and creative writing at the University of Houston. They have worked as Assistant Poetry Editor for Gulf Coast, a position they previously held at Copper Nickel. Their work can be found or is upcoming in Salmagundi Magazine, The Atlanta Review, Palette Poetry, The Offing, Hayden's Ferry Review, The West Review and elsewhere. They were honored with an Academy of American Poets Award.

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