Arielle Greenberg is the author of My Kafka Century (Action Books, 2005) and Given (Verse Press, 2002), along with the chapbooks Shake Her (Dusie Kollektiv, edited and made by Jen Hofer, 2009) and Farther Down: Songs from the Allergy Trials (New Michigan Press, 2003). Her poems have appeared in journals including the American Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, Black Warrior Review, Crazyhorse and American Letters & Commentary, as well as the 2004 and 2005 editions of Best American Poetry and other anthologies. She serves as poetry editor for the journal Black Clock and is one of the founding editors of the journal Court Green, and is the founder and moderator of the poet-moms listserv. She is co-editor, with Rachel Zucker, of the anthology Women Poets on Mentorship: Efforts and Affections (University of Iowa Press, 2008) and, with Lara Glenum, of the poetry anthology Gurlesque (Saturnalia, forthcoming). The recipient of a Saltonstall individual artist's grant and a MacDowell Colony residency, she is an associate professor at Columbia College Chicago and is currently living in Belfast, working on an oral history of the current back–to–the–land movement in Waldo County.
Reviews of books by Arielle Greenberg
- Arielle Greenberg’s website
- “Honey” (on Poets.org)
- “Some Dark Holler” (in Caffeine Destiny)
- Three poems (in Coconut)
- “Crime Scene” (in Double Room)
- “The Thunder Room” (in Jubilat)
- Three poems (in Octopus Magazine)
- How2, with Rachel Zucker
- Minimalbooks, with Piotr Siwecki
- The Southeast Review, with Levity Tomkinson
No readings scheduled at this time.