Publications and CV

CREATIVE PUBLICATIONS (selected, since 2010)

Poetry 

Collaborations: 

Hiraeth: An Adirondack Song Cycle, lyrics by Phoebe Reeves, music by Clint Edwards. Premiere Performance: June 3, 2018, Hemeln, Germany. Soprano Lauren Welliehausen.

“The Gardener and the Garden One,” and “The Gardener and the Garden Three,” Radar Poetry  January 2017. Images by Ursula Murray Hustead.

Books:

The Lobes and Petals of The Inanimate, Pecan Grove Press, 2010. (St. Mary’s University, San Antonio TX) [out of print]

Journal and Anthology Publications:

“Chapter One: Methods of the Innocent,” Cleaver Magazine, March 2019, forthcoming.

“The Gardener and the Garden (eight),” Grist, forthcoming Spring 2019.

“The Body as Thesaurus,” Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal @ Washington College, Spring 2019.

“The Gardener and the Garden 23,” Best New Poets 2018, December 2018.

“Poetry is Witchcraft: An Interview with Phoebe Reeves,” by Rhonda Petit. Blue Ash Review, Volume 25, Spring 2018.

“Desire,” “Question Thirty-One: Deny Everything,” and “The Gardener and the Garden 5,” Blue Ash Review, Volume 25, Spring 2018.

“How to Continue,” “What Is to be Done?” and “Who Has Her,” Salt Hill,  Issue 40. Jan 2018.

“As They Deprive Man,” “The Difficulty of Destroying,” “The Head Hurt the Body,”       “Sometimes Men,” and “The Kind Grave,” Dream Pop Press, Issue 2, October 2017.

“The Gardener and the Garden 22,” Forklift, OH. #35-36, Fall 2017.

“Her Action Is Imprisoned,” bramble & thorn, Sugared Water/Porkbelly Press, December 2017.

“Noesis,” and “Over and Out,” decomP, May/June 2017.

“The Gardener and the Garden Five,” and “The Gardener and the Garden Six,” Nine Mile Magazine, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Spring 2017.

“The Poet Is Seen Praying to the Bread in the Grocery Store,” and “The Poet Contemplates an Onion,” Lake Effect. Volume 21, Spring 2017.

“Kill the Midwives,” Hermeneutic Chaos, March 2017.

“Continuously Dancing,” “Trinity,” and “Helen of Bikini,” Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in Our Hands, Shabda Press, Spring 2017.

“The Separate Body,” “Witches Can Change,” and “Who Is In the Womb,” Miracle Monocle, Spring 2017.

“Follow Here,” concīs, Spring 2017.

“Light Aria,” TAB: A Journal of Poetry and Poetics, Vol. 4, Issue 6 (2016).

“The Names Are Not Revealed,” “Her Passing Is Now,” “Deny Everything,” and “Who Has Burned?” Grist On-Line Companion, Finalists for the Pro Forma contest, Fall 2016.

“ Leptinotarsa decemlineata,” The Saranac Review, Fall 2016.

“The Gardener and the Garden Two” Border Free Bees Pollinator Post Project, Fall 2016.

“Desire,” “Skinnerian,” and “Utmost,” Split Lip Magazine, August, 2016.

“The Poet Longs for Summer Tomatoes,” “The Poet Wrestles with Kale’s History,” and “The Poet Licks Salt Off the Corners of Her Mouth.” Storyscape, Issue 16, June 2016.

“Poem Venerating Cava as a Path to Spiritual Enlightenment,” Unrequited: An Anthology of Love Poems about Inanimate Objects, Kelly Ann Jacobson, editor.

“Grunt Work,” and “Fluorescence,” The Watershed Review, May 2016.

“ Airtight,” Phoebe, 45.1, Fall 2015.

“The Liquidator’s Wife,” and “Strumpet,” The Switchgrass Review, Vol. 2, Fall 2015.

“Helen of Bikini,” “Industry,” and “Hymenocallis littoralis,” Eureka Literary Magazine,      Summer 2015.

“Zoomorphic,” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue 56, Spring/Summer 2015.

“Miserere Mei,” Third Coast, Winter/Spring 2015 Double Issue 38-39.

“Your” and “Zanshin,” The Gettysburg Review, Summer 2015.

“Organic,” MARY, Spring 2015, and  Verse Daily, Web Weekly Feature, April 20, 2015.

“Ersatz,” and “Yoke,” Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal @ Washington College, Issue 1, Spring 2015.

“Tease,” and “Wavelength,” Drunken Boat, Issue 19, September 2014.

“Fetus Under the Corset,” Quiddity, 7.2, Fall/Winter 2014.

“Every Petal,” “What We Don’t See When We Witness,” “Atomic Onieromancy,” and “Enthymeme,” Sixfold, Summer 2014.

“The Miracle,” and “On a Shelf in the Lab,” The Waywiser Press Web Site, Anthony Hecht Prize #9 Semi-Finalist. Spring 2014.

“Fernald, Ohio,” Moon City Review, 2014.

“Quercus velutina,” Santa Clara Review, Vol. 100, No. 2. Spring 2013

“My City Is Buried,” and “Summer of ’62,” Memorious, Issue 20, Summer 2013.

“On a Shelf in the Lab,” Versal, Issue 11, May 2013

“The World Is Not Enough With Us,” Pale Horse, Issue 2, Summer 2012.

Chernobyl Apples,” and “Through the ArchwayFailbetter April 10th, 2012.

“Bullshit,” “Headlines,” and “Pastoral Insomniac Spree” Dislocate, Spring 2012.

“Downwinders” Poet Lore, Vol. 106, No. 3/4. Fall, 2011.

“Rosa Rugosa” Octave Magazine, Issue 1, Summer 2011.

“Coming Down the Mountain” Rosebud, Issue 50, Spring 2011.

The Folly of Mercutio in a Pacifist TownVerse Daily, April 27th, 2011.

“The Folly of Mercutio in a Pacifist Town” The American Poetry Journal, Issue 10, Spring 2011. Nominated by the editor for a Pushcart Prize.

“Zenaida macroura,” The American Poetry Journal, Issue 10, Spring 2011.

“Felix Catus,” and “Rain on the River” Quarterly West, Fall 2010/Spring 2011.

“The Miracle” cream city review, Spring 2011.

“Lagenaria siceraria” The Los Angeles Review, Issue 9, February 2011.

“Anatomy of a Clavicle” and “Dream” Meta4 Magazine.  November 2010.

Linnaeus, Part TwoDIAGRAM, 10.2, Spring 2010.

“Love Poem” Gertrude, Summer 2010.

“Your Mind is Terrifying” The Tampa Review, Issue 39, Spring 2010.

“Portrait” HazMat Review, Spring 2010.  Vol. 12, No. 1.

Nonfiction

Review of Villain Songs, by Tammy Robacker. Whale Road Review. March 2018.

Review of Oosh Boosh, by Shannon Burns. Coldfront Magazine. November 15, 2016.

Review of Apology of a Girl Who Is Told She Is Going to Hell, by Devon Moore. Stirrings. February 2016.

Review of Best Bones, by Sarah Rose Nordgren. Iowa Review Online. Summer 2015.

An Interview with poet Brenda Hillman.”  Memorious.  Summer 2009.

 

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

Frederic Krome, Phoebe Reeves, and Gregory Loving “The Concept of the Human in John Wyndham’s The Chrysalids: Puritanical Imagery, Female Agency, and Theistic Evolution.” Interdisciplinary Humanities, Humanities Education and Research Association: Summer 2015.

Kristine Rae Anderson, Jeffrey Becker, Mary Cantrell, Phoebe Reeves, Jill Stukenberg  “Diggers in the Garden: The Habits of Mind of Creative Writers in Basic Writing Classrooms.” Teaching English in the Two Year College, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE): December, 2014.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“This Is Boring: Engaging with Disengagement in the Classroom or Tutoring Session.” Presentation with Prof. Greg Loving, Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. April 9-11, 2018.

“Line, Circle, Spiral: Utopian Time and Feminism in Ursula Le Guin’s Always Coming Home,” Paper Presentation, Midwest Popular Culture Conference, St. Louis, MO. October 18-21, 2017.

“Deconstructing Authority: Pedagogical Risk Taking in the Writing Classroom,” Panel Presentation with Profs. Anu Chatterjee and Cassandra Fetters. Regional CCCC (Conference on College Composition and Communication), Batavia, OH. June 7-10, 2017.

“Don’t Throw the Book at Them: Get Rid of Your Textbook and Embrace a More Dynamic Classroom.” Presentation, Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 19-22, 2017.

“The Visionary Advisor: Running a Student Literary Journal at a Two-Year College Campus.” Panel Presentation, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA. March 30-April 2, 2016.

“Whether You Admit it or Not: How to Address Biases in Evaluating Student Work.” Pre-Conference Institute Session, with Profs. Noah MacKenzie and Greg Loving. Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 2016.

“No Damn Cat, and No Damn Cradle: A Dialogue on the Moral Neutrality of Environmental Devastation.” Panel Presentation with Greg Loving, Humanities Education and Research Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. April 8-11, 2015.

“It’s Not You, It’s Me: Grading Biases and How to Address Them.” Panel Presentation, with Greg Loving. Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 15-18, 2015.

“Failure Is an Option: The Role of Failure in Student Success” Panel Presentation with Greg Loving, Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 16-19, 2014.

“The Concept of the Human in John Wyndham’s The Chrysalides:  Puritanical Imagery, Female Agency, and Theistic Evolution” Panel Presentation with Fred Krome and Greg Loving. Humanities Education and Research Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. February 27-March 1, 2014.

“Learning Across the Curriculum: A Non-hierarchical Approach” Panel Presentation with Fred Krome and Greg Loving. University of Cincinnati Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning Showcase Program. January 14, 2014.

“What I Wish I Had Known in Grad School About the Two-Year College” Panel Presentation, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Boston, MA. March 6-9, 2013.

“Creative Writers in Basic Writing Classrooms” Panel Presentation, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Boston, MA. March 6-9, 2013.

“Posthumous Parvenu: Finding Mina Loy” Paper Presentation. College English Association Annual Conference, Richmond, VA. March 29-31, 2012.

“Learning Across the Curriculum: A Non-hierarchical Approach” Panel Presentation with Fred Krome and Greg Loving, Humanities Education and Research Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. March 8-10, 2012.

“Who Are Community College Creative Writing Students?” Panel Presentation, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Denver, CO.  April 9, 2010.

“Speaking Up, Speaking Out: Voice and Difference in the Composition Classroom.” Panel Presentation with Sharon Burns. College English Association, San Antonio, TX.  March 25-27, 2010.

“First Year Contact: Innovative Strategies for Engaging First Year Writers.”  Panel Presentation, Ohio First Year Summit, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.  October 16, 2009.

“Integrating Creative Writing into the Composition Classroom at Two-year Institutions.”  Panel Presentation, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.  February 12, 2009.

“Le Guin and Atwood: Beyond Civilization and Out the Other Side.”  Conference Paper. Midwest Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH.  October 3-5, 2008.

“Mythological Thinking.”  Pedagogy Forum, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, New York, NY.  January 30-February 3, 2008.

PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS

“Story of Self: How Public Narrative Can Build Membership and Community,” Three hour          workshop with Deborah Herman. National AAUP Summer Institute, July 17-21, 2018.      University of New Hampshire.

“Strategic Planning for People Who Don’t Believe in Strategic Planning,” Three hour workshop   with Deborah Herman. National AAUP Summer Institute, July 17-21, 2018. University   of New Hampshire.

“Build Community, Build Power: Transform Your Union and Seize the Future,” Nine to Eleven Hour Workshop with Deborah Herman.

University of Cincinnati AAUP: January 19-20, 2018.

Cincinnati Federation of Teachers: January 17-18, 2018.

Cincinnati Federation of Teachers: September 28-29, 2017

AAUP Summer Institute, University of Cincinnati: July 27-29, 2017.

 

“Using Grievance Issues to Mobilize Your Membership For Action,” Nine-hour Workshop with Deborah Herman. AAUP Summer Institute, Portland State, Portland, OR. July 21-24, 2016.

“Grievances as an Organizing Tool,” Nine-hour Workshop with Deborah Herman. AAUP Summer Institute, University of Denver, Denver, CO. July 23-26, 2015.

RESIDENCIES

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Amherst, VA. May 16-June 2, 2019.

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Amherst, VA. August 1-17, 2017.

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Amherst, VA. April 8-May 1, 2016.

Sundress Academy for the Arts. Knoxville, TN. February 15-March 7, 2016.

Byrdcliffe Artists’ Colony.  Woodstock, NY July 27-August 22, 2010.

 

EDUCATION

Sarah Lawrence College.  MFA Poetry.  2006

Thesis:  God or Otherwise

Thesis Advisor:  Kate Knapp Johnson

Second Reader:  Martha Rhodes

 

University of Cincinnati.  MA. 2004

Thesis:  Dreams of Your Hands

Thesis Advisor:  John Drury

Area of concentration: Literature with an emphasis in creative writing

 

State University of New York, College at Fredonia.  BA, summa cum laude. 2001.

Majors:  English and Music Performance

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 

University of Cincinnati Clermont College

Associate Professor, September 2015-present.

Assistant Professor, September 2009-July 2015.

Visiting Assistant Professor, September 2007-August 2009.

 

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Instructor, October 2006-August 2007.

 

University of Cincinnati Clermont College and College of Arts and Sciences

Instructor, September 2006-June 2007.

 

Iona College English Department

Instructor, August 2005-May 2006.

 

University of Cincinnati

English Composition Graduate Instructor.  September 2002—June 2004.

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