Author Archives: Risa Denenberg

I’ve moved!

No, I’m still living in Sequim, Washington. But my blog has moved to: Vist me there! Advertisements

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Outsider by Risa Denenberg (Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series)

Originally posted on Silver Birch Press:
OUTSIDER by Risa Denenberg I live in a small town of recovered alcoholics who go to weeknight meetings to drink coffee and gossip: who versus who, where, how often, when. These good people also…

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30/30 Project

30/30 Project   I am one of 9 poets writing a poem-a-day in July for Tupelo Press. And you, my friends, are my beloved sponsors. I love Tupelo Press for it’s amazingly gorgeous books of poetry and the generosity of … Continue reading

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My Happy Chappie!

My Happy Chappie!.

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Poem at Lavender Review … and

This is a lovely journal with lesbian sensibility. and here is one at the New Verse News, a site with a political bent.  See 12/03 for my poem …   And, Harlow’s Monkeys, at YB

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Poem up at Mudlark

My poem, Eating the Seed Corn, is up on Mudlark, an electronic journal that has been publishing poems on-line since 1995, and was an early exemplar for internet poetry. I’m delighted to be on Bill Slaughter’s site again, a decade after he … Continue reading

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More poems!

Two poems at a brand new Journal, Ithaca Lit. And a poem at This Literary Magazine.

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