Erin Adair-Hodges

Let’s All Die Happy, winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize, is available to order from your local bookseller, and also from and University of Pittsburgh Press.

Erin A-H’s poems, essays, and columns have appeared (or are forthcoming) in the following terrific journals:

VIDA Review: “The White Fists of Old Letters: On Being Plathian” (essay)
Glass: A Journal of Poetry“Can’t Someone Just Shut Up”

Painted Bride Quarterly: “In Barstow,” “The Last Judgment”
Sewanee Review: “When I Say Jesus Was My Boyfriend,” “Unmappable,” “After Ever”

Crazyhorse“My Son, the Night Light, the Dark”
Florida Review“The Mammogram”
Georgia Review
: “Pisces,” “The Cartographer Gets Lost,” “Self-Portrait as Alone With Thoughts”
Iowa ReviewOnline: “Once I Was a Thimble but Now I Am a Bell”
Kenyon Review: 
“In the Black Forest,” “I Am Twenty One,” “Portrait of the Mother: 1985”
Nimrod International Journal: “Vow,” “Natural History”
Pleiades“Self-Portrait as Banshee”
Prairie Schooner“Twelve” and “Triskelion”
Salt Hill“Rough Math”
Yes, Poetry: “A Murder of Librarians,” “The New Year,” “Seeing Ex-Boyfriends”


Horsethief“The Confessions,” “Lookback”
Elbow Room NM“Pilgrimage”
Boulevard“The Jennifer Century” and “Photographs of America”
The New Guard“Tender Roots,” review of Sober Cooking and interview with Lynn McGee


Cimarron Review“Calling a Girl in the 1980s” 
The Georgia Review“Of Yalta” (Loraine Williams Prize Winner)
Green Mountains Review
“Afterbirth Abecedarian”
The Pinch“I Would Have Listened to Rush” and “Ode to My Dishwasher”
The Squaw Valley Review: “American Idyll”
Superstition Review“The Joy of Quitting” (guest essay post)
Radar“Domestic Geography”*
Whiskey Island: “On a Line Overheard in a Crown of Middle School Cheerleaders”


Superstition Review“The Trap,” “As If,” “Regeneration,”* “Neighborhood Watch”

(*Pushcart Prize nomination)


Weekly Alibi
(dozens of pieces—use search feature there to find)

The Sunday Poem—Duke City Fix