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“Near Equinox" in Oklahoma Humanities Summer 2017

5 Poems at Red River Review November 2017 

3 Poems in Poetry Bay Winter 2016

5 Poems at Sundress Best Dressed March 2016

Differential. The Mind[less] Muse. 5 May 2015. 

Malissa.” This Land Spring 2015.

“Oklahoma County Barn” Oklahoma Today March/April 2015, pg. 31. 

“Dirt.” Halvard-Johnson’s Truck: I-35 Creativity Corridor (3/15/2015). 

Room for Aunt Pearl,” "Memory with Ruby Beads.Dragon Poet Review Winter 2014. Pg. 19. 

Driving Lost Roads Listening to Jedi Mind Tricks.About Place Journal. 3.2 (Nov 2014). 

“Thirst.” Red River Review. Issue 53 (November 2014). 

Recovery.” r.k.v.r.y. Quarterly Literary Journal. Summer 2014 (vi.3). 

"Arroyo Piño." Cybersoleil. Fall 2014. 

"Elemental Ceramics: An Imaginary Textbook." Mojave River Review. Ekphrasis Special Section, Summer 2014. 

The Unexplored Prairie.” The Fiddleback. 3.4 (Summer 2013). 

1977 Seminole County.” This Land. 3.19 (October 1, 2012): 13. 

What Sarah Venable Little Told the Sheriff,” “What Sarah Venable Little Told Her Diary.” The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature.  August 1, 2012. 

A Message for Stephanie.Blast Furnace 1.1 (January 2011). 


Like a Fire in Dry Grass.” Essay. Oklahoma Review (16.2): December 2015. 

“Looking for (Ralph) Ellison. Essay. Oklahoma Today. April/May (2014): 56-61.

“Western Civilization.” Essay. Oklahoma Today Sept/Oct 2013. 40-41.

Broken Branches.” (CNF) “Family Secrets” All Prose Special Issue. Sugar Mule Literary Magazine. 44 (August 15, 2013).

“Remembering Number Nine.” (CNF) Oklahoma Today. March/April (2012): 52-53.

Who/What? Oklahomans/Writing.” Editor’s Introduction to Oklahoma Writing @ Sugar Mule. Special Issue of Sugar Mule Literary Magazine. 1 August 2010. Reprinted in Ain’t Nobody That Can Sing Like Me: New Oklahoma Writing. Mongrel Empire Press, 2010.

J.B.’s Obsession.” (Fiction). Cybersoleil Journal 1.1. (26 August 2011). 

Marla.” Imaginary Family Project Week 20. Red Dirt Chronicles. 


Tapestry Interviews Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Laura Stringer and Gay Pasley. Podcast. 19 November 2017.

Reddin, Gary. “Interview.” The Oklahoma Review. 23 August 2017. 

Jayne, Ian. “Poetic Prowess.” Oklahoma Gazette, 23 August 2017. 

Epstein, Marcia. “Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, Practicing Poet.” Talk with Me interview series. Lawrence Hits Radio. 21 July 2017. 

Simon, Daniel. World Literature Today Live with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish. Facebook Live series. 12 May 2017. 

Culver, Galen. “The Touchstone for Oklahoma’s New Poet Laureate is the Back Roads of Seminole County.” Is This a Great State or What. Video series. KFOR Oklahoma City. 

Stein, Julia. “Julia Stein Talks with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Arts Express Poetry Corner, WBAI-FM. Radio interview. 20 April 2017.

Crum, William. “Oklahoma's poet laureate, Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, finds inspiration from home state.” Interview. Character & Characters series, Daily Oklahoman. 2 April 2017. 

Watts, James D. “Jeanetta Calhoun Mish Named State Poet Laureate.” Tulsa World, 24 March 2017. 

Powell, Ren. “This Choice interviews Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Podcast interview. 2 February 2017.

Rossiter, Charlie. “Poetry Spoken Here with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Podcast interview. 31 Jan 2017. 

Dixon, Richard. “A Review: What I Learned at the War.” Dragon Poets Review. Winter 2016/17. 

Rankin, Cherie. What I Learned at the War by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Review. Working-Class Studies Association Newsletter. Fall 2016. 

Hubbard, Thomas. “Book Review: What I Learned at the War.” Raven Chronicles Vol. 22 (Summer 2016).

“Nota Bene: What I Learned at the War.” World Literature Today 90.3 (May 2016).

Thorne, Raquel. “The Home Front: A Review of What I Learned at the War by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Cahoodaloodaling #20 (May 2016). 

Cooper, Chris Rice. “20 Years of National Poetry Month” (interview). Chris Rice Cooper blog. April 2016. 

Dreifus, Erika. “Q & A with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” ErikaDreifus.com. Feb 2016. 

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