Persea Books (2015)
Impelled by conflicting desires, Once Removed continues poet-naturalist Elizabeth Bradfield’s exploration of our ecological and emotional environments.
Set on the waters and shores of Cape Cod, with sojourns to Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere, Bradfield’s unflinching, perceptive poems delve into our complex impulses to connect to nature and each other.
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Persea Books, 2010
Finalist for the James Laughlin Award
Arktoi Books, 2008
Winner of the Audre Lorde Prize & Finalist for a Lambda Literary Award
Video Poems (on Vimeo)
- March 29: "Cocktails and Conversations" at Montserrat College of Art with Colleen Michaels
- April 14: Reading at Asheville Wordfest with Sean Hill, John Lane, and Joy Harjo
- May 5: "Merging Artistic and Scientific Methodologies" Panelist at the Broto Conference
- June 9: Moderating a conversation between Robert Pinsky and Monica Youn for Twenty Summers
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Forthcoming in Spring 2019 from Boreal Books/Red Hen, Toward Antarctica: haibun and photographs exploring my work as a naturalist/guide in the Antarctic.
Essay in The Poem's Country: Place and Poetic Practice (Pleiades Press, 2018), "Fluid States: Ocean as Place and Poetic."
Poem on Bullents into Bells website, "Dispatch from this Summer"
Poem on Academy of American Poets Poem-A-Day, "Learning to Swim," (June 12, 2017)
New poems in Tin House (Winter 2017), Talking River (Winter 2017), Smartish Pace (Issue 24), and Poetry Northwest (Winter/Spring 2017)
The Haul Out
The Haul Out is a blog about seals and other flotsam.
Monthly collaborations we hope you'll download (free!), print, and "vectorize" in your community.