Chapbooks

Miriam’s Chapbooks

Chapbook: noun (1798), A small book containing ballads, poems, tales, or tracts.

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One Turning: Poems for the Wheel of the Year
2011
Wheel of the Year drawing

A collection of eight poems for the changing seasons, tied to the eight neo-pagan sabbats—Yule, Imbolc, Ostata, Beltane, Midsummer, Lunasa, Mabon, and Samhain.


Packing to Stay
April 2005

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Table of Contents

New York Notebook

I Take a Walk in Order to Shrink
The Seventh Day Shall Be a Sabbath
Watching Flight
Dispatch from New York: To Whom it May Concern
Back to Normal
Bad Day
Like a Magic Penny
Karma
Orchards of New York City
Subway Escalator
January Moment
Meadowlands, Winter
1:30 AM, Home to Brooklyn
Flower Shop

Because It Is Good

Paper Trail
Passing You in the Hall a Week After the Women’s Sensual Gathering
Aftermath
Remembering Popcorn
Mission Dolores
Decaying Moral Fabric
Weather Talk
Saved by the Word
Theory into Practice
Which One’s the Boy?
100 Percent Queer
Counter/Protest
What I Mean by Peace
Making Space
Packing to Stay


Souls Like Mockingbirds
2001

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Table of Contents

December Rose
Local History Lessons
Letter-writing in an Age of Email
Keeping House
Living Close Together
Pro-Choice Poem for Christmas
They Never Call It Rape
Genie from a Bottle
Miriam Cast Out
Prayer for the Evangelist on the B Train
For the Gay Man Who Asked Me If I Was Attracted to Butch Women
Wade in the Water
An Argument Against Exercise
Apartment Heat
Closets of Children
Tomato Soup
Souls Like Mockingbirds