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Poems by Hilde Weisert

Hilde Weisert is a poet and co-founder of this society. She was a 2009 fellow at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, winner of a NJ State Arts Council fellowship, 2008 Lois Cranston Memorial Prize Winner, and longtime Geraldine Dodge poet. Her poems have appeared in magazines such as Prairie Schooner, Ms, Cortland Review, The Sun, Southern Poetry Review, The Litchfield Review, and Ironwood.

Poems read in our Veterinary Medicine and Literature course:

Imagination Itself

Guess Work, Scientists, Poets, and Bees

Other poems

Available elsewhere on the web:

My Dashiki and Grandfather, Balloon in The Cortland Review

Finding Wilfred Owen Again, 2008 Lois Cranston Memorial Prize Winner (Calyx Press) - also published in the Wilfred Owen Association Journal Summer 2009 issue

Other poems published but not otherwise available online:

Aretha on MTV (published in the Southern Poetry Review)

Coney Island Elegy (published in Ironwood)

Everything Betrays Me Now (published in The Independent Weekly)

Leaving My Body in the Price Chopper Parking Lot (published in The Independent Weekly)

My Face at 1000 Park Avenue (published in The Sun)

One Good New Poem (published in The Sun)

One Mouse (published in the Cumberland Review)

The Mouse Upstairs (published in the Charlotte Poetry Review)

The Scheme of Things (published in Writ)

Sex (published in Ms)


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