Jon D. Lee

2021

“[My father’s father fought in WWII—].” The Limberlost Review (forthcoming).

“The Rise of the Post-Human Poem.” The Writer’s Chronicle (forthcoming).

2020

“Plague Anatomy.” Voices Amidst the Virus: Poets Respond to the Pandemic, edited by Eileen Cleary and Christine Jones, Lily Poetry Review Books, 2020, p. 84.

2019

“In Purgatory Chasm State Reservation.” Sugar House Review, vol. 19, 2019, p. 22 .

“On the Motion & Meaning of Humor in Poetry.” The Writer’s Chronicle, vol. 51, no. 6, May/Summer 2019, pp. 85-92.

“Terroir.” One, vol. 17. http://one.jacarpress.com/issue-17/#Jon%20D.%20Lee .

“The Chamber.” FFJ, vol. 10. https://www.freedomfiction.com/2019/04/the-chamber-by-jon-d-lee/ .

“[You were cut from the womb Joshua—].” Lily Poetry Review, vol. 1, no 1, Winter 2019, pp. 4-5.

2018

“Blackbird Grind.” The Sunday Poet. http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2018/04/the-sunday-poet-jon-lee.html .

“Ganymede in the Gallery.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 15, Summer 2018, pp. 174-175.

“Gesunkenes Kulturgut.” Lyrical Somerville. http://www.thesomervilletimes.com/archives/83306 .

“He Couldn’t Stop Himself.” What Rough Beast. https://www.indolentbooks.com/what-rough-beast-poem-for-december-11-2018/ .

“Improv With Unseen Consequences.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 15, Summer 2018, pp. 184-185.

“Oculus.” What Rough Beast. https://www.indolentbooks.com/what-rough-beast-poem-for-december-18-2018/ .

“Ring Buoy.” The Inflectionist Review, no. 7, Spring/Summer 2018, p. 36, http://inflectionism.com/ .

“That Deserves an F, Goddamit.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 15, Summer 2018, pp. 104-105.

“[You were pushpulled from the womb Juliette].” Sierra Nevada Review, vol. 29, 2018, p. 90-92.

2017

“From IN/DESIDERATO.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 14, Winter 2017, pp. 187-190.

“Review of Diagnosing Folklore: Perspectives on Disability, Health and Trauma.” Journal of American Folklore, vol. 130, no. 516, Spring 2017, pp. 231-232.

“[The country you were born in].” The Laurel Review, vol. 50, no. 2, 2017, p. 4.

“Your Great-Grandfather.” Connecticut River Review, 2017, pp. 44-45.

2015

“And They Lived.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 10, Winter 2015, p. 70.

“Cast Iron Skillet.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 10, Winter 2015, pp. 96-97.

“Poetry Workshop.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 10, Winter 2015, pp. 140-141.

“The Anti-Vaxxers Aren’t Going Anywhere Anytime Soon. Here’s Why.” Cognoscenti. WBUR.org.

2014

“Metempsychosis.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 7, Summer 2014, p. 83.

“Newtown.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 7, Summer 2014, p. 85.

“On Correcting Student Papers (A Fable).” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 7, Summer 2014, p. 227.

“Outbreak Deja Vu: Rumor, Conspiracies, Folklore Link Disease Narratives.” CommonHealth. WBUR.org.

“President Obama’s Climate Deal Doesn’t Go Far Enough.” Cognoscenti. WBUR.org.

“The People Haven’t Spoken: Debunking Election Hyperbole.” Cognoscenti. WBUR.org.

“Why This Poem Didn’t Turn Out So Good.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 7, Summer 2014, pp. 137-138.

2013

“Hand Me Down.” Follow The Thread, p. 27.

“To Whomever Left Behind the Anonymous Letter Explaining In Great Detail Exactly How Much You Loathed My Last Poetry Reading.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 5, Summer 2013, pp. 231-234.

2012

“After an Evening Performance of The Nutcracker at Boston’s Opera House.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 4, Winter 2012, p. 27.

“Charon, Over an Egg and Cress Sandwich, Speaks of Ferrying the Dead.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 3, Summer 2012, pp. 79-80.

“Holding My Mother’s Hand.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 4, Winter 2012, p. 51.

“On the Loss of a Friend.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 4, Winter 2012, p. 201.

“Scar.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 4, Winter 2012, pp. 124-140.

“The Grinch.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 3, Summer 2012, pp. 74-75.

“Why You Shouldn’t Become a Poet.” Clover, A Literary Rag, vol. 3, Summer 2012, p. 199.

2009

“Review of From Nursery Rhymes to Nationhood: Children’s Literature and the Construction of Canadian Identity.” Children’s Folklore Review, vol. 31.

2006

“Review of Véronique Campion-Vincent’s Organ Theft Legends.” Marvels & Tales, vol. 21, no. 2.

1997-2005

Individual poem publications in Kolob Canyon Review, Tailwind, Junction, Oregon Literary Review, and Hobble Creek Review.