Lamentation with June Bug (Word Poetry, 2013)

Greatest Hits: 1978-2001 (Pudding House Publications, 2003)

Mêm’Rain (Pudding House Publications, 2002) 
Changing Hands (QRL Contemporary Poetry Series VI, 1984)



Letters to the World, ed. Moira Richards et al, Los Angeles, Red Hen Press, 2007 

Poetry from Sojourner: A Feminist Anthology, eds. Ruth Lepson and

Lynn Yamaguchi. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 2004.

Quarterly Review of Literature 50th Anniversary Anthology, 1993.

Ixok-Amar-Go (translation of Central American Poetry) ed. Zoe Anglesey, Granite, Press, 1987.

Two Decades of New Poets, ed. Grace Schulman, New York: The Poetry Center, 1984.



Silent Cacophony, across the streets of London, live performance intervention,

Platform-7 Events, 2012, []


no man's land, Cento for London Underground, live intervention,

Platform-7 Events 2012[]


"Yusef Komunyakaa, the U. S. Military, the Interracial DMZ” in Thirty Years After. Ed. Mark Heberle.  Newcastle on Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010.


Lamentation with June Bug


is elegiac, both in the embodied and abstract senses of the word. The June Bug is the southern scarab and an emblem for both setting and ideology of many of the poems therein.