Deborah Poe is the author of the poetry collections keep (forthcoming from Dusie Press), the last will be stone, too (Stockport Flats), Elements (Stockport Flats), and Our Parenthetical Ontology (CustomWords), as well as a novella in verse, Hélène (Furniture Press).
Deborah also co-edited Between Worlds: An Anthology of Contemporary Fiction and Criticism (Peter Lang). Her work has appeared in journals like Denver Quarterly, Court Green, Loose Change, Colorado Review, and Jacket2, and in anthologies such as Not Somewhere Else But Here: A Contemporary Anthology of Women & Place and In/Filtration: An Anthology of Innovative Poetry from the Hudson River Valley. Her visual works—including video poems and handmade book objects—have been exhibited at Pace University (New York City), Casper College (Wyoming), Center for Book Arts (New York City), University of Arizona Poetry Center (Tucson), University of Pennsylvania Kelly Writers House at Brodsky Gallery (Philadelphia), and ONN/OF “a light festival” (Seattle), as well as online with Elective Affinities, Peep/Show, Trickhouse, The Volta, and Gramma.
Deborah founded and curates the annual Handmade/Homemade Exhibit. She has taught at Pace University, Western Washington University, Binghamton University, SUNY, the Port Townsend Writer’s Workshop in Washington, and Casa Libre en La Solana in Tucson and served as Distinguished Visiting Writer for Seattle University during Winter Term 2016.
Deborah is a consultant in the greater Seattle area providing writing coaching, content/editorial, project management, and communications expertise to a variety of clients on a project-by-project basis. To discuss consulting, reading, or speaking opportunities, please contact deborah.poe at gmail dot com.