Publications

In addition to three volumes of poetry (see Books), Meredith Davies Hadaway has published poems and reviews in the journals and anthologies listed below.

Poems

  • WomenArts Quarterly, forthcoming 2018, “Mama Teaches Me”
  • Tampa Review, forthcoming 2018, “At the Monterey Bay Aquarium”
  • CALYX, forthcoming 2018, “A Wheel of Brie”
  • FRiGG, Issue 50, Fall/Winter 2017, “Lightning,” “Miles Away,” “Ten,” and “Via Marechiaro”
  • Rattle, Issue 58, 2017, “Genealogy”
  • Holiday Message from The Chestertown Spy (“Why the River”)
  • Yemassee, 2017, “Personal Pronouns”
  • Poetry East, Fall 2017, “Glissade”
  • The Midwest Quarterly, Winter 2017, “Swans” and “Intimations Over Breakfast”
  • Studio One, 2016, “My Mother in Sepia” and “My Mother as Lawrence of Arabia”
  • The Doll Collection, 2016, Terrapin Books,My Mother’s Doll”
  • Common Ground Review, Vol. 17, No. 2, 2016, “Karesansui” and “My Mother’s Birds”
  • DUCTS, Winter, 2016“Kennedy Drive” and “My Mother Holds Her Great-Granddaughter”
  • OxMag, Issue 36, Winter 2016 Gravity
  • Valparaiso Poetry Review, Spring/Summer 2015, Vol. XVI No. 2, “My Mother in the Darkroom”
  • Crack the Spine, 2015, “The Blacklist”
  • RipRap Journal, Issue 37, 2015, “Spline”
  • Mantis, Issue 13, “Sweeping Up the Bees”
  • Main Street Rag Anthology: Creatures of Habitat, 2015, “Here After”
  • Qwerty, No. 32, 2015, “In Season”
  • Green Writers Press Magazine, Issue 1, 2015, “Even the Dark,” “In Season”
  • The Book of Scented Things, Literary House Press, Fall 2014, “My Cat Knocks Over the Perfume”
  • New Ohio Review, #17, 2015, “At the Narrows”
  • poemmemoirstory, #14,  2015, “Wash Day”
  • Salamander, Issue 39, Winter 2014-2015, “A Cardinal, Hurling Himself at my Window”
  • Hawaii Pacific Review, Spring 2014, “To a Sycamore, Lately”
  • The McNeese Review, Spring 2014, “The Lost Dolphin”
  • Noctua, Spring 2014, “Life Sentences”
  • Willow, Spring 2014, “Kittiwake” and “Monument”
  • Passages North, January 2014, “The Swimmer”
  • So To Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language & the Arts, Spring 2013, “Elephant Teeth”
  • The Minetta Review, Fall 2012, “End of the Line”
  • Forge, October 2012, “We Share 60 Percent of Our DNA With A Banana” and “Pepper II”
  • Folly, Fall 2012, “Blade by Blade,” “Puddle” and “Hardware”
  • Grey Sparrow Journal, Fall 2012, “Love Triangles”
  • Nimrod International Journal, 2012, “Heron & Harp”
  • Delaware Poetry Review, Summer 2012, “Yellowjackets,” “Red Right Returning,” and “The Royal We”
  • Fledgling Rag 11, pring 2012, “Homeostasis,” “Blessing of the Animals,” “Warnings for the Journey,” and “In the Middle of an Ice Storm, I Take my Cat Chloe to be Cremated”
  • Delmarva Review, 2012, “Heavenly Bed,” “Blizzard,” “On International Waters”
  • Pisgah Review, Spring, 2012, “Clockwise”
  • The Puritan, Spring, 2012, “Dear Amazon.com Customer”
  • Pembroke Magazine, Spring, 2012, “Silent Night”
  • Controlled Burn, Spring, 2012, “Under the Piano”
  • Alaska Quarterly Review, Fall/Winter, 2011, “Echocardiogram”
  • The MacGuffin, XXVII, No. 2, Winter, 2011, “Strange Comforts”
  • New Millennium Writings, 2011, “Drift”
  • The Cincinnati Review: Issue 7.2, Winter 2011, “Heron”
  • Stand: 2011, “You May Have” and “Theater” (University of Leeds, UK)
  • Green Hills Literary Lantern, 2011, “The Book of Omens”
  • The Cape Rock, Fall 2010: “Flight Path”
  • Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Vol. VII, 2010: “Orchid and Snow”
  • Whiskey Island: Issue 58, Fall 2010, “Refraction”
  • Harpur Palate: Issue 10.1, Summer 2010, “Why The River”
  • Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation News, Summer 2010, “Hall of Records”
  • The Spoon River Poetry Review: Spring 2010, “Galileo’s Telescope” and “Pumping the Bilge”
  • The Jabberwock Review: Spring 2010, “Waiting For You in the Lobby Bar” and “New Year’s Morning”
  • RHINO: A Poetry Forum, Spring 2010: “Discrepancies”
  • Pearl 43, Fall 2009: “Blank Pages”
  • Atlanta Review, Fall 2009: “Landing”
  • Fourth River, Fall 2009: “Night Light” and “Doubts About My Father”
  • Apalachee Review, Spring 2008: “Sooner” and “Early Spring”
  • Rio Grande Review, Fall 2008: “The Point”
  • Madison Review, Fall 2008: “My Great-Grandfather’s Tomato”
  • Limestone Review, Fall 2008: “Pathetic Fallacy”
  • Sacred Journey, Fall 2008: “Basso Profundo”
  • Poem, Fall 2008: “Kinsey’s Vault”
  • Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Vol. VI, 2009: “Papa Billy’s Mule Barn,” and “Snow Angel at Starbucks”
  • Eclipse, 2008: “Papa Billy’s Mule Barn”
  • Zone 3, Spring 2008, “The River Once Again”
  • Alembic, 2008: “(Who) Art In Heaven”
  • Spillway, No. 13, 2007: “Afterthought”
  • RiverSedge, Vol. XX, No. 1, Spring 2007: “Begins With”
  • Bayou, Issue 47, 2007: “The Billy Collins Challenge”
  • Chaffin Journal, 2007: “Days of Grace”
  • South Carolina Review, Vol. 40, No. 1, Fall 2007: “DVD”
  • River Oak Review, 2007: “Everywhere The Lake”
  • Schuykill Valley Journal, Vol. 24, Spring 2007: “Fog”
  • South Carolina Review, Vol. 40, No. 1, Fall 2007: “My Father Brings Jacques Cousteau Home
  • Gulf Stream, Vol. 27, 2007: “Not Another Poem About Looking Out the Window”
  • Poet Lore, Volume 101, 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 2007: “Sacred Spaces,” “White Ribbon,” and “Storm
  • Illuminations, Issue 23, 2007: “Yahrzeit” (nominated for Pushcart Prize)
  • Milestone, Vol. 2, Issue 10, October 2004: “Fish Bowl”
  • Currents, Vol. 17, 2007: “Catch and Release”
  • Here On The Chester, Literary House Press, 2006: “Rupture,” and “Here On The Chester”
  • CQ (California Quarterly), Vol. 32, No. 4, 2006: “By All Accounts”
  • Currents, Vol. 16, 2006: “Morning”
  • Coe Review, Vol. 37, No. 1: Fall 2006: “How Do You Keep A Dog”
  • Isotope, Fall/Winter, 2005: “Signs”
  • Delmarva Quarterly, Autumn 2005: “Rupture,” “Tuxedo,” “Fruitwood”
  • Ellipsis, Vol. 41, Spring 2005: “In A Future Tense”
  • Margie, The American Journal of Poetry, Vol. 3, 2004: “Something Blue”

Book Reviews

  • The Summerset Review, Spring, 2016. Cooking With the Muse by Myra Kornfield and Stephen Massimilla.
  • The Summerset Review, Winter, 2015. The Narrow Gate by Robert Stewart.
  • Poetry International, Vol. 18-19, 2013. New Titles by Betsy Sholl and David Young.
  • Poetry International, Vol. 17, 2011. New Titles by Kathy Fagan and Patty Seyburn
  • Poetry International, Vol. 15/16, 2010. New Titles by Jericho Brown and Jan Wesley
  • Poetry International, Vol. 13/14, 2009. New Titles by Cynthia Hogue and Deborah Bogen
  • Poetry International, Vol. 10, 2006: New Titles by James Richardson, Frannie Lindsay, Jane Tassi, trans. Italian, Ned Condini
  • Poetry International, Vol. 9, 2005: New Titles by Maxine Kumin, Judith Skillman, Jan Lee, and Milo de Angelis, trans. Emanuel Di Pasquale