BERNADETTE GEYER is a poet and freelance writer/editor.


Geyer's first full-length manuscript, The Scabbard of Her Throat, was selected by Cornelius Eady for publication in the Hilary Tham Capital Collection series of The Word Works.  Her poetry has appeared in The Midwest Quarterly, North American Review, Oxford American, Verse Daily, and elsewhere.

Geyer's non-fiction has appeared in Freelance Writer's Report, Go World Travel, and WRITERS' Journal. She has contributed book reviews to a variety of outlets, including Border Crossing and The Montserrat Review.
LATEST NEWS:


An audio recording of my poem "Dead Men," originally published in Issue #20 of Rattle, is now available on the journal's web site.

My poem, "Parable of the Great Outpouring," is the featured poem for the week of 2 February 2014 at Heron Tree, and will be archived here.

Redux: A Literary Journal posted three of my poems on 27 January 2014: "Fire Ants Invade Hong Hock See Buddhist Temple," "Remembering Is Short," and "Haunting."

And poems forthcoming in Birmingham Poetry Review and 2015 Poet's Market.



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The Scabbard of Her Throat, poems by Bernadette Geyer
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ONLINE WORKSHOPS:


Geyer will lead the following online workshops through The Writer's Center:

Online Poetry Workshop I
Begins: 5 May 2014
Don't just sit around waiting for the muse. For four weeks, this workshop will provide inspiration for generating new poems. Lessons will be posted weekly, featuring example poems and links to additional reading. Participants will share and comment on each other's work and will receive individual feedback from the workshop leader. For more information, or to register, click here.

Online Poetry Workshop II
Begins: 2 June 2014
With the same structure as Online Poetry Workshop I, this workshop will provide different topics for generating new poems. Lessons will be posted weekly, featuring example poems and links to additional reading. Participants will share and comment on each other's work and will receive individual feedback from the workshop leader. Completion of Online Poetry Workshop I is not required for Workshop II. For more information, or to register, click here.