D.S. Waldman is a 2022-2024 Wallace Stegner fellow at Stanford University. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in such publications as Kenyon Review, Poetry Northwest, Narrative, Georgia Review, Gettysburg Review, Gulf Coast, Colorado Review, Missouri Review, Conjunctions, Copper Nickel, and New American Writing.
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“You Asked About Longing” Kenyon Review.
“‘92 Volvo 240” Gulf Coast. (forthcoming)
“Nocturne with Aesthetic Crisis” Poetry Northwest. (forthcoming)
Two Poems Narrative. (forthcoming)
“For a year” American Literary Review.
Three Poems Georgia Review.
Six Poems Conjunctions.
“Elegy” Missouri Review (Poem of the Week)
“After Modernism” Southern Humanities Review.
“Self-portrait as a Childhood Photograph of my Father” Cherry Tree.
“Decay” Gettysburg Review.
“Nocturne: Before Your Brother’s Funeral” Colorado Review.
“A Love Poem” Copper Nickel.
“Nocturne: Coronado Bay” Redivider.
“The Etiquette of Grief” 32 Poems.
Three Poems Los Angeles Review.
“Decay” Nashville Review.
Two Poems The Common (online).
Essays Interviews Misc. Prose
“Getting Out of the Way: The Quiet Poem” Poetry Northwest.
“Museum of Mirrors: On Wayne Miller’s We The Jury” Poetry International.
“A Conversation with Dawn Lundy Martin” Poetry International.
Honors Awards Press
Finalist Georgia Review’s 2021 Loraine Williams Poetry Prize (selected by Arthur Sze)
Winner 2019 Foothill Editor’s Prize (selected by Ishion Hutchinson)
This Spiral: John A. Nieves on D.S. Waldman’s “The Etiquette of Grief”