Eugenia Petty

Author's Bio

Eugenia's writing has appeared in a variety of literary journals, and she is the author of three chapbooks of poetry: Pamyat Selo, People Live Here (Origami Poems Project, 2015) and Instructions for the Apocalypse. She received her MA in Poetics from New College of California where she worked under the tutelage of such poets as Tom Clark, Adam Cornford, Lyn Hejinian and David Meltzer. She lives in the Pacific Northwest, and is a volunteer member of Inland Poetry, an annual poetry prowl held in Ellensburg, Washington.

Publications and Prizes

56 Days of August
(Five Oaks Press, 2017)
, America Is Not The World
(Pankhearst Press, 2016)
400 Words, Brick and Mortar Review, Canary, Cascadia Review, Chiron Review, Flashquake, Holly Rose Review, In Posse Review, Letterhead, Literary Orphans, Monkey Bicycle, Monterey Poetry Review, Newport Review, Otoliths, Outside In Literary & Travel Magazine, Pedestal Magazine, Poesy, Poetry WTF?!, Prosodia, right hand pointing, Rusty Truck, Shoots and Vines, ShufPoetry, Sonic Boom, Taj Mahal Review, The Found Poetry Review, The Gambler, The Literary Bohemian, The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society, Twisted Vine Literary Arts Journal, Verbatim, WALRUS, Zen Baby
Instructions for the Apocalypse
(Dancing Girl Press, 2016)
, Pamyat Selo
(Premier Poets Chapbook Series, 2007)
Prizes Won: 
2004 Brick and Mortar Review 2nd Place Contest Winner

Personal Favorites

Favorite Books: 
Crime and Punishment; Illuminations; Lady Chatterley's Lover; Poems for the Millennium; Eternal Treblinka; Elegy for a Fabulous World; Ecodeviance (Soma)tics for the Future Wilderness
Favorite Authors: 
See above, and: Aaron Cometbus; Christopher Robin

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Last updated: Nov 06, 2017