dark acre, Willow Springs Books, ACME Surrealist Poetry Series. 2018.
"Rapunzel w/ Head Half-Shaved," Willow Springs, Issue 81, Spring 2018. With audio.
"Erica Jong Said, 'If a Woman Wants to be a Poet, She Must Dwell in the House of the Tomato,'" Muzzle, December 2017.
"Brother, I Built This Diorama of my Nightmare Inside a Shoebox For You," TYPO, Issue 28.
"Rodeo Queen," "Landscape with my Father & a Dead Man's Harmonica," and "How Do You Love Someone Who Wants to be All Ghost?," Indiana Review, Issue 39.2, Winter 2017.
"USING A STOLEN GUIDE ON MORSE CODE, I SEND A SIGNAL OUT MY BEDROOM WINDOW INTO THE CORN FIELD," Hayden's Ferry Review, Issue 60, Spring/Summer 2017.
"Triptych With Stunt Cock," Puerto del Sol, Volume 52, Winter 2017.
"A Dream in Which I am Leda and You, a Flamingo," New South, Issue 9.2.
"Herbal Abortion," Queen Mob's Tea House, December 2015.
"Lunar Sonnet." The Adroit Journal, Issue 7.
Canese Jarboe is the author of the chapbook dark acre (Willow Springs Books, 2018). Their poems have appeared in Willow Springs, Muzzle, TYPO, Indiana Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, The Adroit Journal, and elsewhere. Canese was a finalist for the 2018 Alice James Award and a semi-finalist for the 2018 Pamet River Prize from YesYes Books. They hold an MFA in poetry from University of Idaho and volunteer as a poetry reader for Boulevard. Canese came up in the Ozarks, where they earned a BA from Pittsburg State University in English and gender studies. They currently teach at Southeastern Louisiana University.