New Work in Print Only–

“Losing Lewis,” forthcoming in The Hurricane

“Accidentally,” “In the X Files,” “One Day,” “144 Seventh Street” and “Close Calls.” Everybody’s Press Review. Issue 1.

“Nov 1, 2021,” The Weird Times, Issue 99, April 3, 2022.

“Insignia,” “To Be Horizontal,” “Talking to Yourself,” “The Distance Between Us,” “Five Minutes Each,” “My Animal Eyeball” and “Maleable.”  Hurricane Review, No 18, 2021.

“Trouble.”  No Placebos. No. 2. (Pete Spence’s magazine), Donnithorne Street Press, Australia, Mid 2021.

from “Cities and Memory,” “I Remember sitting in…” for Poems by Sunday (Sarah Wallen’s magazine). December 2020.

To Be in The Film.”  Fell Swoop 164, Fall 2020.

“My Love Calls” and “Insignia.” Oz Burp Seven (Pete Spence’s magazine), Donnithorne Street Press, Australia, Fall 2020.

“River God,” “We Wait,” and “Take a Cab.”  (Pete Spence’s magazine), Donnithorne Street Press, Australia, Spring 2020.

“With a Bang” and “On the Carpet,” Positive Magnets, No. 26, April 2020.

“Wild Grass,”Chasm. Paired with Benjamin Degen’s drawing, “Moon Shadows,”  2020.  https://www.chasmjournal.com/barbara-henning

“Kiss Me,” “Wham!” “The Funky Chicken,” “So Do I,” “It’s Us,” “Judge Judy,” “From Every Angle,” and “Now and Again.” The Portable Boog Reader: New York City, Vol. 12, 2019.

“We Wait.” Fifth Estate. 8 (Summer 2019).

Ahimsa,” “Common Thought,” “I Love Yoga,” “Fair Share” and “Now and Again,” Hurricane Review 16 (2019).  Print.

We Wait”  and Frank Joyce’s “1492, 1513, 1619, 2019–It’s all connected,” Fifth Estate, Summer 2019. Print.

“River God,” “Wham,” and “The Moon.” Oz Burp 5 (Pete Spence’s magazine), Donnithorne Street Press, November 2018.

“Central Booking.” White Rabbit (John Ashbery issue, 2018)

“Apr 2, 2016,” “Oct 19, 2016,” “Nov 12, 2016,” “Jan 5, 2016” and “Feb 24, 2017.” From Digigrams. Local Knowledge (Winter 2018).

Coprolalia/Nov 25, 2016,” “Acupuncture/Aug 3, 2017,” “Now and Again/Aug 23, 2017.” Read On (Donnithorne St Press). March 2018.Print.

“MAY 6, 2016” and “Nov 27, 2016.” from Digigrams. In Live Mag! Issue 14 (2017). print.

“Feb 26, 2016,” “Mar 2, 2016,” “Mar 3, 2016,” “Mar 4, 2016,” “Mar 10, 2016,” from Digigrams.  In Make Your Chill (Donnithorne Press, Australia, Fall 2017). Pete Spence magazine.

“From Bobbie Louise’s Workshop,” “Snow,” “From a Tree in the Park,” “Some Poets Find, “Balls Over the Plate,” “When I Open My Eyes” and “Almost Grace.” Hurricane Review (Pensacola, Fla, 2017). Print.

On the Web–

“Take It Away,” a poem in sixteen parts, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2022  https://brooklynrail.org/2022/09/poetry/Take-it-Down

“Four Stories” (“Gather,” “Mother,” “Politely” and “Identical),” Marsh Hawk Review, Spring 2022.  https://marshhawkpress.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Marsh-Hawk-Review-Spring_2022.pdf

“Free Press Flashback: Their Wooden Box Camera Was Big Hit at 1974 Michigan State Fair,” Detroit Free Press, March 27, 2022.http://barbarahenning.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Make-Yr-Mama-Free-Press-3-27-2022.pdf

“Oh Girl,” “Naked,” “Echo,” “I Just Found Out” and “The Beauty of Pigeons.” Posit 29. Jan 1 2022. https://positjournal.com/2022/01/24/barbara-henning-2/

“Chapter 5: Book of Ferne, A Detroit Story,” Three Fold Detroit, Summer 2021, threefoldpress.com.https://threefoldpress.org/ferne

“With a Bang,” Spring Newsletter. Writers.com. April 2021 https://writers.com/article/with-a-bang

“Here We Are,” “The Pick of the Week.” The Best American Poetry, curated by Terence Winch, May 2, 2021,  https://blog.bestamericanpoetry.com/the_best_american_poetry/2021/05/barbara-henning-pick-of-the-week-ed-terence-winch.html?cid=6a00e54fe4158b88330263e9a1f483200b#comment-6a00e54fe4158b88330263e9a1f483200b

Dear Friend, Dear Teacher,” Boog City, February 2021. https://wordpress.boogcity.com/2021/03/21/lewis-warsh-barbara-henning/

“Losing Lewis.” The Brooklyn Rail, March 2021. https://brooklynrail.org/2021/03/poetry/Losing-Lewis

“On Lewis.” Poetry Project Memoriam,  18 Nov 2020 https://www.poetryproject.org/publications/poems-texts/in-memoriam-lewis-warsh/on-lewis-barbara-henning

“Closure and Closure.” The Paris Review Daily Poem. Jan 23, 2020. Rpt. from Paris Review, Issue 143 (Summer 1997). https://www.theparisreview.org/authors/3186/barbara-henning

On the Train”/Nov 28, 2016,” “Mid-Jump/Jan 19, 2017,” “Blink/May 10, 2017,” “How Are You?/May 11, 2017” and “Ever-Shifting/July 24, 2017,” “Phantom of the North/Apr 18, 2017,” “The Form of Light/Apr 29, 2017,” “Me, Too/May 20, 2017,” “Up, Over and Away/Aug 28, 2017,” “In a Six Mile Stretch/Nov 3, 2017,” “Private Eye/Nov 26, 2017.” From Digigrams. Poetic Research(Vol 8 May 2018). http://poeticsresearch.com/article/barbara-henning-11-poems-from-digigrams/

“The Moon/Mar 13, 2016,” “We Branch Out/Oct 17, 2016,” “No Matter What/Nov 29, 2016,” “Woman With a Cane/Mar 29, 2017” and “It All Depends/Apr 27, 2017.” from Digigrams. The Brooklyn Rail(February 2018).  Print and Web. https://brooklynrail.org/2018/02/poetry/from-DIGIGRAMS

“Do Not Come,” “On Air, On Land, On Sea,” “On the Q,” “String Ball,” “Me, Too,” and “Ever Shifting.” Califragile (2018): https://califragile.org/2018/09/11/immigration-ever-shifting-by-barbara-henning/ ; https://califragile.org/2018/09/28/immigration-gunviolence-on-air-on-land-at-sea-by-barbara-henning/ ; https://califragile.org/2018/07/30/immigration-do-not-come-by-barbara-henning/

“Step Carefully/Jan 7, 2017,”  “As the Bully World Turns/May 17, 2017,” “The Eye of the Observer/May 20, 2017,” “The Only One/May 21, 2017,” “Pow!/May 24, 2017,” “Tompkins Square/July, 12, 2017,” and “Room to Run/July 30, 2017.”  Talisman, no. 49, 2018, https://www.talismanmag.net/henning.html. 

Feb 26, 2016,” “Mar 2, 2016,” “Mar 3, 2016,” “Mar 4, 2016,” “Mar 10, 2016.” from Digigrams. Forthcoming in Downtown Brooklyn (Fall 2017). Web.

“Mar 21, 2016,” “Apr 23, 2016,” “May 15, 2016,” “Dec 30, 2016” and “Jan 4, 2017.” From Digigrams. Califragile (Dec 2017). https://califragile.org/2017/12/21/digigrams-five-poems-by-barbara-henning/

“Feb 24, 2016,” “Feb 25, 2016,” “May 9, 2016,” “Aug 1, 2016,” “Oct 26, 2016” and “June 8, 2017.” From Digigrams. Posit: A Journal of Writing and Art. Issue 16. (December 2017). https://positjournal.com/2017/12/12/barbara-henning/

“Mar 27, 2016,” “Aug 4, 2016,” “Jan 12, 2017,” “Mar 20, 2017” and “Apr 28, 2017.” From Digigrams. Califragile (Nov 2017). https://califragile.org/2017/11/15/five-poems-by-barbara-henning/

“Oct 27, 2016,” “Dec 1, 2016”and “Jan 20, 2017.” From Digigrams. Rascal. Issue 1. https://rascaljournal.com/portfolio_category/barbara-henning/

“Feb 29, 2016,” “Mar 1, 2016,” “Mar 8, 2016,” “Mar 14, 2016″ and Jan 27, 2017.” From Digi-grams. The Recluse 13 (2017). Web.

“Here We Are.” Yogacity (February 24, 2016). Web.

“Bayport Long Island,” “Barrett Avenue,” “Deepwater Horizon” and “Between the Sound and the Atlantic.” Water, Water Everywhere:Prose and Art. (November 14, 2015) Web.

Up the Hudson,” “Ramona Says,” “A House on Fire,” “Accidentally,” “Back to Brooklyn,” “On Saturday” and “At Marysia’s.” Oz-Burp 2. Pete Spence’s magazine. Victoria, Austrailia: Donnithorne Street Press (2015). Print.

“Just to Stay Afloat,” “In a Small Cloud,” “Hallelujah,” “Text Me Please,” and “Unnameable,” Boog Portable Reader Instant Anthology 9 (2015).

“The Most Mundane, the Most,” “Not One Oriol” and “Fine Particles.” Brooklyn Paramount (2015). Print.

“Madagascar,” “When I Was in Moscow,” “When I Open My Eyes,” “In a Rock Shelter,” “Bodies in Relation,” and “Try Opening the Zoom.” 6X6, #32 (2015).

“When I Give an Exam,” “Limitations,” “Like Birds,” “On the Bottom Rung,” and “A Day Like Today,” Downtown Brooklyn. 2015. Web.

“Before the Noon Hour, ” “Bundling” and “Under the Scaffolding.” Visceral Brooklyn 1 (2015).

“Raining All Day,” “Twice in One Lifetime,” “When I Arrive,” “The Speed of Light,” “Across My Eyes,” “On Any Given Day,” and “New Years Eve.” BlazeVOX: An Online Journal of Voice. 15 (Spring 2015).

“A Bedouin Man,” Dusie Tuesday. Tuesday Poem #101. March 10, 2015.

“Despite,” Spiral Orb. 2014. Issue 9.  http://www.spiralorb.net/nine/henning

“Strange Afternoon Dream,” LIUFF Arts and Leisure. July 25, 2014.

8 Poems: “At Sunrise,” “Applause,” “I Was Walking Down,” “We Americans,” “In a Fractional Way,” “A Blind Spot,” “White Blossoms” and “Optimism,” The Brooklyn Rail (July-August 2014).

“Strange Afternoon Dream,” “Up Early Peddling” “Here We Are.” “These Socks,” “The M14 Bus,” and “C U in 5 Minutes.” Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics. Issue 42 (2014).

“Perhaps We Can Just Turn Off,” The Otter Magazine (June/July 2014).

“Hurricane Sandy,” Marguerite Magazine, 9/9/2014.

“Bayport, Long Island,” “Deepwater Horizon” and “Third Street, Tucson.”Poets for Living Waters.

“14x14x14”. Peep/Show: A Taxonomic Exercise in Textual and Visual Seriality 10:4 (2011).

“Twelve Green Rooms,” Press 1, 4: 3 (2011).

“Poetics.” Elective Affinities (2011).

The Dinner.” A novella. Talisman #38/39/40 (Summer/Autumn 2010).

Three Prose Works: “Out of Detroit,” “Organ Light” and “Protestants and Catholics.” Jacket Magazine 37 (2009).

“The Content of History Will Be Poetry.” Eoagh. Issue 5. 2009.

“Five Stories: Hunger, Like a Stairway, The Light is Light, Two Big Yawns, and What We Need Now.” Jacket Magazine 35 (2008).

“Little Tesuque. Eoagh, A Journal of the Arts. 2008.

“An Arc Falling Into the Bougainvillea.” Reconfigurations. 2007.

“Aerial View” Not Enough Night. Fall 2006.

“Black Grapes” The Brooklyn Rail. June 12, 2006.

“Thakita Thaka or Postcards From India. How2: New Writing. Vol 1. No 3. (February, 2000).
Same poem but a beautiful web page designed by Kendal Kelly (a yoga pal/web designer)
with the photographs from the pamphlet I designed in 2000.

“Watching Things Work.  Laconian Ink 9 (1995).


Owen & Henningl Poets on the Road: a Blog: Jan 17, 2017 to Mar 19, 2919. https://barbarahenning.com/category/maureenowen/page/3/

Take It Down. above/ground Press.  Forthcoming 2022.

Digigram. Poetry, United Artists Books, Sept. 15, 2020.

Ferne: A Detroit Story (novelized biography/Creative non-fiction).  Spuyten Duyvil, 2022.

Just Like That (Spuyten Duyvil, June 2018)
A Day Like Today (Negative Capability, 2015)
A Swift Passage (Quale Press, 2013)
A Slow Curve (Monkey Puzzle Press 2012)
Selected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins (BlazeVOX 2012)
Looking Up Harryette Mullen (Interviews, Belladonna 2011)
Cities and Memory (Chax Press 2010)
Thirty Miles to Rosebud (BlazeVOX 2009)
My Autobiography (United Artist 2007)
You, Me and the Insects (Spuyten Duyvil 2005)
Photo Poem Pamphlets (2003-2014)
Black Lace (Spuyten Duyvil 2001)
Detective Sentences (Spuyten Duyvil 2001)
In Between (Spectacular Diseases 2000)
Me and My Dog (Meeting Eyes Bindry/Poetry New York 1999)
Love Makes Thinking Dark (United Artist 1995)
Smoking in the Twilight Bar (United Artist 1998)
How to Read and Write in the Dark (Long News Books 1996)
Long News: In the Short Century (5 Issues 1991-1994)