Casey Patrick

Poet | Editor | Teaching Artist

Recent Publications

"Echo." Green Mountains Review, August 2017. Online.

"AIR TEMPERATURE 82 AIR TEMPERATURE 82 CALM CALM SWELL." RHINO, April 2017. Print.

"Migration." Winner (one of 24), IMPRESSIONS Poetry Project, sponsored by the Saint Paul Almanac. Broadside displayed on Metro Transit buses & trains and available for purchase here.

"CALLING ITASCA WE MUST BE ON YOU BUT CANNOT SEE YOU BUT GAS IS RUNNING LOW." Passages North, Issue 38, February 2017. Print.

"Echo (II)." Anthropoid Folk issue, Folklore folio, December 2016. Online.

"Echo (III)." Juked, September 2016. Online.

"Theory: Emergency Water Landing." The Journal, Issue 40.3, summer 2016. Print.

"WE ARE RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH" and "Amelia Earhart Makes a List of Regrets." The Adroit Journal, Issue 17, summer 2016. Online.

"Theory: Intentional Water Landing" and "Three Attempts at Translation." The Boiler Journal, spring 2016. Online.

"A Few Months Ahead of Her First Nervous Breakdown, Zelda Fitzgerald Considers Degas' The Ballet Class.Grist: The Journal for Writers, Issue 9, spring 2016. Print.

"HAVE NOT HEARD EARHART SIGNALS UP TO THIS TIME BUT SEE NO CAUSE FOR CONCERN AS PLANE IS STILL ABOUT 1,000 MILES AWAY PERIOD." Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Vol 2.5, February 2016. Online.

"After Last Call, Amelia's Father Visits Her Empty Grave, 1937"; "Amelia's Sister Re-Visits the Fairgrounds, 1944" and "Amelia's Husband Visits the Newsroom after Midnight, 1938." burntdistrict, Vol 4.1, summer 2015.

"Amelia's Ghost Visits the Ocean." Pleiades, Vol 35.2, summer 2015.

Additional Poems

"How to Say Home" and "Tectonics." Midwestern Gothic, issue 18, summer 2015. Print.

"Fragmented Summers" and "Relative." Superstition Review, Issue 14, fall 2014. Online.

"If you want an example of patience," Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing, fall 2014. Online.

Other Writing

Guest post, The Writer's Block blog: "Checkmate: The Strategy Behind Submitting Your Work"

Guest post, Superstition Review blog: "Poetry Won't Get a Man to the Moon"

Book review of Alice Fulton's Barely Composed at The Rumpus

Interview with Major Jackson in Willow Springs 73