poetry

Poetry

Kimberly Grey’s first book, The Opposite of Light, was awarded
the 2015 Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize and was recently
published by Persea Books in 2016.

Her work has recently appeared in Tin House, The Kenyon
Review, 
A Public SpacePN Review, Boston Review,
jubilat, Black Warrior Review, Southern Review,
TriQuarterly 
and other journals.

SELECT PUBLICATIONS

An Interview with The Kenyon Review

“Wound! Out from Behind Two Crouching Masses of the World the Word Leapt”
First published in The Southern Review and now at Poetry Society of America

“We are Mostly Merciful”
First published in The Kenyon Review

“A System of Holding”
First published in jubilat and on Verse Daily

“How We Take Our Grief”
First published in Blackbird

“The First Marriage”
First published by Boston Review

“No System for Grief”
First published in Linebreak

“What We Have Lost”
First published in Columbia Poetry Review

“A Tender System”
First published in Sundog Lit

“System of Rhetoric” and “System of Reason”
First published in The Paris-American

“Consoling System” and “What’s Happening”
First published in A Public Space

“System of After”
First Published in The Harlequin

“We Are Mostly Alright”
First published in Quarterly West

“Somehow, We are a We”
First published in The Southern Review and on Verse Daily

“Conjugating”
First published in Black Warrior Review and on Verse Daily

“X Y”
First published in TriQuarterly

“Conditional Dreaming”
First published in Linebreak

“Of Largeness”
First published in Guernica

“Modern Sentences”
First published in Linebreak

“To Grieve in Other Verbs”
First published in The Awl