© 2018 by Jim Richards

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Two Poems   Sugar House Review

Digging a Well   Prairie Schooner  

 

A Black Spot   Prairie Schooner

Song for My Left Ear, Song for My Right   Poetry Northwest

An Exercise in Scales   Cumberland River Review

Kissing Boys   Mud Season Review

 

Laundry   Mud Season Review

 

Deer Hunter in Victoria's Secret   Mud Season Review

 

Issue of Blood at the Amusement Park   Mud Season Review

 

Doctor   Mud Season Review

 

Cave   gravel

Cleave   Literature and Belief

 

A Long Black Hair   Agave Magazine

 

Horses for Hire   Fresh Water

 

Sixth-Grade Broadway Revue   Dialogue

Janie Goodmansen's Reply   Dialogue

Little Ones   Verdad

Remembering Remembering Plato   Verdad

Well, Love, I'm Walking   Inklette

Bury Me Face Down   Twisted Vine

Application   Crack the Spine

 

Exists Reason to Dance   Literary Juice

 

Egg in a Bottle   Lingerpost

 

Gaps   Work

 

A Lesson   Gambling the Aisle

 

Menu   Dead Flowers

 

Octave   A Mother Here

 

Adam's Song   Contemporary American Voices

 

Buffalo Jump   Contemporary American Voices

 

Elegy for a Soldier   Contemporary American Voices

If X   Junto

"Some Minutes" and "Bluetooth." Sugar House Review (forthcoming.)

 

"Song for My Left Ear, Song for My Right." Poetry Northwest (Winter/Spring 2018).

 

"The Cave." Southern Poetry Review 54.2 (2016): 51. 

"The Voice of Wild Gratitude,” “One Loss,” and “Delay.” South Carolina Review 48.1 (2015): 111-15.

“Night Walk.” Juked 12.1 (2015): 107.

 

“Dressing the Corpse of My Grandfather.” International Poetry Review 39.2 (2013): 56.

 

“Elijah” and “Scripture.” Lalitamba 6.1 (2014): 27-8.

 

“The Wind.” Comstock Review 26.1-2 (2013): 69.

 

“A Black Spot.” Prairie Schooner 86.1 (2012): 105-7.

 

“Cleave,” “A Few Questions—Involving Pears—For My Newborn Son,” “To a Pear,” “Some” and  “Blind Man to the Healer.” Reprinted in Fire in the Pasture: 21st Century Mormon Poets.

 

“Childhood Is a Small Country.” Poet Lore 106.3-4 (2011): 37.

 

“Blind Man to the Healer.” Perspective 5.2 (2005): 110.

 

“Reflection from My Future.” Texas Review 26.1-2 (2005): 142.

 

“Cleave.” Literature and Belief 23.1 (2003): 55.

 

“A Few Questions—Involving Pears—For My Newborn Son.” BYU Studies 39.1 (2000): 66.

 

“The Sacrament at Ninety-Seven.” Literature and Belief 18.2 (1998): 68.

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