Maggie Jochild

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Publications
Poetry unless otherwise indicated

An Affirming Flame: Progressive Texas Poets in the Aftermath of September 11th (anthology), Autumn 2002, Evelyn Street Press, Austin, Texas ("Six Months" and "Babble"; also "Dedication", essay/prayer)

Albatross, Bradford, Maine (will publish "Hawksbill" in Summer 2004)

Americas Review Poetry Contest, Berkeley, California (will publish "Jumprope Rhyme for Grown-Up Daughters" and "Holding Bread" in Summer 2004)

Available Pleasures (womenís pub./Dublin), 1996 ("Against Fear" and "Summer Cure")

Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, No. 17, Fall/Winter 2001 ("Holding Bread" and "Bechamel")

Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, No. 19, Fall/Winter 2001 ("Boot Percussion")

Bridges Jewish Feminist Journal 2003, Vol. 10, No. 1 ("Dixie Cups Revisited")

Common Lives/Lesbian Lives, Spring 1986 ("The Car Story", fiction); Summer 1983, #8 ("Diana"); Winter 1993, #49 ("Legacy", "Sanctuary", and "Secrets")

Di-Verse-City, Austin Intl. Poetry Festival anthology, Apr. 2001 ("Slave Winter")

Di-Verse-City, Austin Intl. Poetry Festival anthology, Apr. 2002 ("Stranded")

Di-Verse-City, Austin Intl. Poetry Festival anthology, Apr. 2003 ("In The Book")

Di-Verse-City, Austin Intl. Poetry Festival anthology, Apr. 2004 ("Masale")

Earth's Daughters 2000, #54 ("Seventies Dyke" and "Breaking the Fast")

Malachite & Agate, Vol. 1, #1, Jan. 1997 ("At Forty")

My Body of Knowledge:  Stories of Disability, Illness, Healing and Life -- anthology to be published Summer 2004, printing essay "Elvis Lives"

Poetry Now, Vol 4, #11, Dec. 98, Honorable Mention in 1st annual poetry contest ("A Body at Rest")

Racial Justice Writers anthology to be published by Evelyn Street Press, Spring 2004 -- printing essay "Love 'Em Where They Live" and poem "Fast Freddy's"

Sinister Wisdom, Winter 1998/99 ("For Jean Eastman Swallow" and "Listening to Sonja"); Fall 1979, #11 ("Why There Are No Ghosts of Wimmin Martyrs", fiction); Winter 1981, #16 ("Trapeze", fiction)

SOULSPEAK Anthology 98, Sarasota Poetry Theater Press, Jan. 1999 ("New Address")

Texas Poetry Calendar 2000 ("Class Line")

Womenís Cancer Resource Center Newsletter (Berkeley), Vol. 9, #1, Spring 2000 ("After the Diagnosis")

Chapbooks -- Self Published

Seventies Dyke, 1998

Baliganja Station, May 2003

So Much The Stronger, September 2003

The World Beyond The World, April 2004

 

© 2003 Maggie Jochild