Michelle Regalado Deatrick

 

 

 

The Second Coming of the STASSIS Goat.  Story.

┌  Copper Nickel 17 (Spring 2012).

┌  Honorable Mention, Copper Nickel Fiction Contest judged by Daniel Alarcon.

Backfire.  Story.

┌   Best New American Voices 2006.  Editors Jane Smiley, John Kulka, Natalie Danford.

┌   Avery and Jule Hopwood Award for Short Fiction.

Psalm of Stones and Weeds. Poem.

              Southern Poetry Review (Fall 2015).

The Light-Lust of Trees. Poem.

              Bookwoman, magazine of the Women's National Book Assoc. (Fall 2015).

Triptych: About Suffering. Poem.

              Mid-American Review (Spring 2015).

Trespass. Poem.

               ┌  Autumn House Press' Coal Hill Review (forthcoming 2015).

Incarnation:  A Natural History;  Musica Universalis.  Poems.

               ┌  Chautauqua (Summer 2013).

                 Winner and First Runner-Up, Chautauqua Poetry Contest.

In the Hothouse.  Poem.

                 Crab Creek Review (Summer 2013).

               ┌  Outrider Press/TallGrass Anthology, The Mountain (fall 2014).

Winter Kept Us Warm.  Poem.

                 American Literary Review (Spring 2013).

For my Daughter. Poem.

               ┌  Honorable Mention, New Millennium Writing Awards, 2015

               ┌  New Millennium Writings #38 (forthcoming, Spring 2015).

               ┌  subTerrain (63, Winter 2013).

               ┌ Split This Rock Poem of the Week (May 31, 2013).

Tenebrae for Earth.  Poems.

                 subTerrain (63, Winter 2013).

To Thoreau, On Visiting Walden.  Poem.

                 Ruminate (26, Winter 2012).

Alexander, Six Weeks.  Poem.

               ┌  The Comstock Review (Winter 2011).

               ┌  Special Merit, The Comstock Review Poetry Contest .

Hiking Near Natural Bridges, California.  Poem.

               ┌ Poet Lore.  Summer 2003.

Revelation.  Poem.

               ┌  Sport Literate.  Summer 1999.

 

 Nature, Terror and Renewal in Zilka Joseph's What Dread.   Book Review

┌  Switchback.   Spring 2012.

 

Let's Go:  California and Hawaii

┌  Several chapters.

 

Walden in Winter.  Lyrics.

┌  Dramatic musical composition for male voice, female voice, and harp, by Michael Djupstrom.

┌  Performed in concert:  Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, 2007; University of

 Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2005; Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2004.

 

 

 

© Michelle Regalado Deatrick 2011-2016