Six J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Empty Mirror.
J.I. Kleinberg poem “Still Life” published in Calamus Journal, Issue Eleven
Six J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Epigraph Magazine, Issue 16 (downloadable as PDF)
Five J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Word For/Word, Volume 30
J.I. Kleinberg co-editor, 56 Days of August (Five Oaks Press)
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems in issue one of Wallpaper.
J.I. Kleinberg poems “And one day, my shadow will walk away” and “Apartment” included in Raven Chronicles 24.
J.I. Kleinberg poem “The Window’s Memory” featured July 11-17, 2017, in Clementine Unbound
Five J.I. Kleinberg found poems in the Summer 2017 issue of Menacing Hedge, plus a very early found poem included in the journal’s Scary Bush section, which focuses on early efforts.
J.I. Kleinberg poem “The former tenants of Apartment 203” in UCity Review, Issue 14.
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems in the Summer 2017 issue of Local Nomad.
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems selected for publication in A Quiet Courage.
J.I. Kleinberg poem “Slough Music” included in Washington 129, an anthology of poems collected and curated by State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall. Available on Amazon.
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Caliban #27, pages 93-96.
Five J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Heavy Feather Review.
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Rise Up Review.
Poems “Blessing,” “Lesson,” “Door” and “One Day” by J.I. Kleinberg in P.M.S. poemmemoirstory, Number 16, 2017 (print)
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Toad 6:3.
J.I. Kleinberg found poem featured on Beechwood Review.
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured on One Sentence Poems here and here.
“Shadow” by J.I. Kleinberg in The 2016 Poetry Marathon Anthology, Authors Publish Press
“Unfinished” by J.I. Kleinberg featured on Poetry Breakfast
One J.I. Kleinberg found poem in Shuf Poetry, issue 7
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems in right hand pointing issue 104
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems in The Tishman Review 2.4
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Yew Journal, Fall 2016
“January morning” and “on this coast” by J.I. Kleinberg featured on Poetry Super Highway, September 26 – October 2, 2016
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Sonic Boom #6
“The Familiar” by J.I. Kleinberg included in the collection, The Precise Dimension of Light, edited by Lorna Crozier, Leaf Press, 2016 (the title for the collection was taken from “The Familiar” and used with permission)
Seven J.I. Kleinberg found poems in Otoliths issue 42
Three J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Hedgerow #81
Five J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Shadowgraph Quarterly
Ten J.I. Kleinberg found poems featured in Medusa’s Kitchen
Three found poems by J.I. Kleinberg in Diagram 16.2
“The Familiar” by J.I. Kleinberg in One Issue 8
So pleased to be invited to hold forth on the topic of finding, and to offer a trio of topical book recommendations on Push Pull Books / 3 Good Books.
SoulFood Poetry Night, streamed live, Thursday, November 19, 2015. Luther Allen and J.I. Kleinberg are featured readers.
“arroyo” by J.I. Kleinberg in Naugatuck River Review, Issue 14, Summer/Fall 2015, page 85
Very pleased to have co-edited, with Luther Allen, Noisy Water: Poetry from Whatcom County, Washington, a volume of work by 101 fine poets with close ties to the region. In addition, my poem “Inscription” appears on page 65. See more on Noisy Water, including information on readings. Also, a profile by Margaret Bikman in the Bellingham Herald.
Two J.I. Kleinberg found poems, “to make a cave” and “the mountain,” are included in The Best of Vine Leaves Literary Journal 2015 (pages 8 and 26, respectively)
J.I. Kleinberg fire-inspired found poem, SUCH HEAT, is the September 6, 2015, feature on the Washington State Poet Laureate website.
Three found poems by J.I. Kleinberg in After the Pause, Vol. 2, Issue 3, Fall 2015, pages 43-45
“The song in its throat your own lament, how do you get the sparrow to fly back into your mouth?” by J.I. Kleinberg included in the collection, Choices, edited by Patrick Lane, Leaf Press, 2015
“indignity overcoat” by J.I. Kleinberg in Clover: A Literary Rag, Volume 9, Summer 2015
Always nice to get a mention in The Found Poetry Review “Finders Keepers” blog.
“cave drawing” and “Some of What I’m About to Tell You Is True” by J.I. Kleinberg in Pilgrimage Magazine, Volume 38, Issue 3
Nine found poems by J.I. Kleinberg in Atlas and Alice, Issue 3
Seven found poems by J.I. Kleinberg in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, issue 13
“Recognizing the muse” – a found poem by J.I. Kleinberg in TRUCK, 27 December 2014
“The lovesick tablecloth,” a poem by J. I. Kleinberg, appears in the December 2014 issue of Defenestration
theft of the pomegranate, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg in the Silver Birch Press Mythic Poetry Series
“The night,” a found poem by J.I. Kleinberg, appears in Issue 2.3 of Star 82 Review, available online and in print from CreateSpace.
“seeing: Chuck Close Self-Portrait Screenprint 2012,” a poem by J.I. Kleinberg, Mojave River Review, vol 1, no 2 – summer 2014, page 114
“Excavating poetry,” by Cheryl Stritzel McCarthy, pages 38-39,
an article about J.I. Kleinberg, including photo and three found poems previously unpublished.
Found poem, the muse may, in the May Poetry Series by Los Angeles publisher Silver Birch Press and also in the May Poetry Anthology, page 45 and page 77.
Making Coleslaw and her hands – two poems by J.I. Kleinberg in Clover: A Literary Rag, Vol. 6
Two poems by J.I. Kleinberg in Northwind Magazine: before | Better Homes & Gardens
Listen to J.I. Kleinberg read these two poems on Poetic Moments at KMRE 102.3 Spark Radio
December 2013: ‘Better Homes & Gardens’ nominated for a Pushcart Prize!
four found poems by J.I. Kleinberg in TRUCK, a visual poetry blog by John M. Bennett
November – a poem by J.I. Kleinberg in Uttered Chaos: Turn, ISBN 978-0-9889366-0-7, 2013, page 39
Griffith Park – a poem by J.I. Kleinberg in Raven Chronicles Vol. 17, No. 1-2, page 70
Doggerel: a day in the park – a poem by J.I. Kleinberg in Feathertale
Mirror Time – a poem by J.I. Kleinberg in Switched-on Gutenberg, Issue 18, on the theme Corpus: the Body and Its Boundaries
The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, from Matter Press features a series of J.I. Kleinberg wordages, posted weekly for six weeks.
J.I. Kleinberg compression statement ~ 1: across her ~ 2: extreme ~ 3: in the old ~ 4: resonant ~ 5: seashells ~ 6: wonderful
Bones, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg, page 37
“Think about Gypsies—”, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg, page 135
Drash is on sale for $10 at Temple Beth Am, Elliott Bay Books, Ravenna Third Place Books and Open Books in Seattle; Orca Books in Olympia; and Edmonds Bookshop, Edmonds.
Phrasings in Word and Dance is a celebration of poetry and dance presented by Bellingham Repertory Dance in collaboration with Chuckanut Sandstone Writers Theatre. It’ll be all right, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg (correctly spelled here, but not on the image), was choreographed by Vanessa Daines and performed by Alona Christman and Diane Williams, April 27, 28 and 29, 2012.
Element 109, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg
Fruitless, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg, page 32.
NMEs Everywhere, a poem by J.I. Kleinberg, page 35
Apple Confessions by J.I. Kleinberg, page 15
read it here
Read Imaginable Possibilities by J.I. Kleinberg in the Summer 2004 issue of Arcade
Battling the Blues by J.I. Kleinberg, page 15
read it here
Fat Stupid Ugly: One Woman’s Courage to Survive by Debrah Constance, as told to J.I. Kleinberg (Japanese translation)
Fat Stupid Ugly: One Woman’s Courage to Survive by Debrah Constance, as told to J.I. Kleinberg (Health Communications, Inc., 2004)
Labyrinth is the annual literary and art journal of the Women’s Center of Western Washington University.
The j.i. kleinberg poem, Pubescent, appears in the 2011 issue.
famous long ago…
Some of the j.i. kleinberg artwork posted on chocolateisaverb can also be found in these books…
Del Pitt Feldman, The Crocheter’s Art. Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1974
Dona Z. Meilach, A Modern Approach to Basketry. Crown Publishers, Inc., 1974
Mary Tibbals Ventre, Crochet. Little, Brown and Company, 1974
Sunset, Crochet, Techniques & Projects. Lane Publishing, 1975