renée ashley

anthologies / textbooks

My Body, My Words: a collection of bodies
Loren Kleinman and Amye Barrese Archer, eds., Boston: Big Table Publishing, 2018

from Pantyhose to Spandex: Writers on the Job Redux
Walter Cummins and Thomas E. Kennedy, eds. Serving House Books, 2017

Reaching Beyond the Saguaros: A Collaborative Prosimetric Travelogue
Heather Lang, ed., Serving House Books, 2017

Jersey Shore Poets: First Edition
Christopher Bogart and Gregg G. Brown, eds. Blast Press, 2016

Harvey Hix, ed., Wilfrid Laurier University Press,  2015

Runnin' Around: The Serving House Book of Infidelity
Serving House Books, 2014

Sunken Garden Poetry: 1992-2011
Wesleyan University Press, 2012
Winter Tales II: Women on the Art of Aging
Serving House Books, 2012
Dogs Singing: A Tribute Anthology
Salmon Poetry, 2011

The Girl with Red Hair
Serving House Books, 2011

The Book of Worst Meals: 25 Authors Write about Terrible Culinary Experiences
Serving House Books, 2010

Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-Po Listserve
Red Hen Press, 2008

Notre Dame Review: The First Ten Years
Notre Dame University Press, 2006

The Poets of New Jersey: From Colonial to Contemporary
Jersey Shore Publications, 2005

Voice and Vision: Princeton Artists Alliance in Dialogue with Contemporary New Jersey Poets
NJ State Museum, 2003

The Breath of Parted Lips
Vol. 2, CavanKerry Press, 2004

25 Women’s Perspectives
August 2003

Cabin Fever: Poets at Joaquin Miller's Cabin, 1984-2001
WordWorks, 2002

Maryland Millennial Anthology: Weaving, 2000

Pushcart Prize XXIV
Pushcart Press, 1999

Winners: A Retrospective of the Washington Prize
WordWorks, 1999

Writing Poems
Robert Wallace, ed.,  Harper Collins
, 1995

Dog Music
St. Martin's Press, 1996

Prayers to Protest: Poems that Center and Bless Us
Pudding House Press, 1998

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Crossing Press, 1994

What's A Nice Girl Like You . . . ?
Crossing Press, 1992

Touching Fire: Erotic Writings by Women
Carroll & Graf, Pub., NY, 1989


installations / shows / interviews

Interview with Nicole M. Bouchard, 2017
The Write Place at the Write Time

Interview with Eric Paul, 2016

Interview with Heather Lang, 2016

Naomi L. Ward and H.L. Hix, curators

Interview with Heather Lang, June 2015
A Conversation with Renée Ashley

Interview with Marsha A. Moore, September 2014
Black Fox Literary Magazine

Interview with Okla Elliott, August 2014
Renée Ashley: A Micro-Interview and Three Poems

Interview with Matthew Thorburn, June 2014
What Are You Reading: Because I Am the Shore I Want To Be the Sea

Interview with J.P. Dancing Bear, June 2014
Out of Our Minds: With Guest Renée Ashley

Interview with Kelly Mellott, December 2013 

Interview with Michael T. Young, May 2012

IthacaLit Interview with Michele Lesko, 2011

Interview with Jacklene Oakes, Anastasia Cyzewski, and Louise Stahl, Fall 2010
Two Interns and One Editorial Coordinator at The Literary Review Ask Some Questions

“Spotlight: A Voice Answering a Voice: A Conversation with Poet Renée Ashley,” by Kim Nagy. Wild River Review, April 2007

New Zealand artist Adele Jackson Exhibition, “The Way Women Sweat” incorporated into a painting for a show, “Salt,” 2006

Vision and Voice: Princeton Artists Alliance in Dialogue with Contemporary New Jersey Poetry, New Jersey State Museum, Department of State Galleries, Trenton, NJ, Feb 22 – May 13, 2005

Penn Station, NY, NJ Transit, 7th Avenue Concourse: Permanent Installation, Marble Wall engraved with work of twelve NJ Poets (including Walt Whitman, Allen Ginsberg, William Carlos Williams), including a portion of “First Book of the Moon” from The Revisionist’s Dream.  Artist: Larry Kirkland, Larry Kirkland Studios, Washington, D.C., September 2002 – present


fiction / poetry

Adele Kenny., American Journal of Poetry, American Literary Review, The American Voice, American Writing, Androgyne, Antioch Review, Arts & Letters, Barrow Street, Bellevue Review, Bird Watcher’s Digest, Black Warrior Review, Blackbird, Blue Lyra Review, BOMBLOG, Bridge Eight Literary Magazine, California Quarterly, California State Poetry Quarterly, Caprice, Carolina Quarterly, Chautauqua Literary Review, Chelsea, Clay Palm Review, Colorado Review, Connecticut Review, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, Columbia Poetry Review,  Crab Orchard Review, Crazyhorse, Creeping Bent, Diner, Diode, The Drunken Boat, E: The Emily Dickinson Poetry Anthology, Edison Literary Review, Field, Greensboro Review, Harvard Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Heliotrope, Indiana Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, Iris: A Journal About Women, IthacaLit, The Journal, The Journal of Liberal Arts and Education, Kenyon Review, Lips, The Literary Explorer, The Literary Review, Mad Poets Review, Many Mountains Moving, Masthead 11, Mead, Mid-American Review, Miramar, Mississippi Review, Nebraska Review, Negative Capability, The New England Review, Nightsun, North Atlantic Review, Notre Dame Review, Oxalis, The Paterson Literary Review, People Holding, Petite Hound Press, PIF, Pivot, Pleiades, Poet Lore, Poetry, Poetry for the Masses, Press, Referential, Sacred Fire, Schuylkill Valley Journal of the Arts, Solo, South Coast Poetry Review, Southern Poetry Review,  The Sycamore Review, Swallow’s Tale Magazine, The Tattooed Poets Project, Tiferet, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Vega, Verse Daily, Western Humanities Review, Widener Review, The Wild River Review, Wings, Women Talking/Women Listening, 5 A.M



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