Josette Akresh-Gonzales is the author of Apocalypse on the Linoleum (forthcoming from Lily Poetry Review Press). Her work has been published in The Southern Review, The Indianapolis Review, Atticus Review, JAMA, The Pinch, The Journal, Breakwater Review, PANK, and many other journals. A recent poem has been included in the anthology Choice Words (Haymarket). She co-founded the journal Clarion and was its editor for two years. Josette lives in the Boston area with her husband and two boys and rides her bike to work at a nonprofit medical publisher.
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Links to Sample Works
- Bodega, “Meleke, the Royal Stone, a White Coarse Crystalline Limestone”
- The Indianapolis Review, “The Tides Turn the Land Into Sea and the Sea Into Land”
- Rattle, “I am used to keeping secrets about my body” in (included in the anthology Choice Words (Haymarket), edited by Annie Finch.)