Updated November 27, 2016

 

Inside the Walls of My Own House: The Complete "Dark Shadows" (of My Childhood), Book 2, by Tony Trigilio
Elise Cowen: Poems and Fragments, edited by Tony Trigilio
White Noise, by Tony Trigilio
Historic Diary, by Tony Trigilio
Allen Ginsberg's Buddhist Poetics, by Tony Trigilio

 

  • Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016: Columbia College Chicago (Stage Two, 618 S. Michigan Ave., 2nd floor). With Bhanu Kapil. 5:30 p.m.

  • Friday, April 28, 2017: RHINO Reads. Brothers K Coffeehouse (500 Main St., Evanston, IL). 6:00 p.m.

 

  • "'Over time other miracles occurred, but these were the most important ones.'" Fifth Wednesday Journal 17 (2015): 181.

  • "Happy New Year, 1968" and "Barnabas's vampire bat bite."  Goreyesque (Fall 2015).

  • "Inspired by the restless dead of Collinsport" and "Love, American style." Goreyesque (Summer 2015).

  • "Photograph of a Deer the Day After Jonestown." Pinwheel 8 (May 2015).

  • "What a thrill: at a Logan Square party for Bernadette Mayer." Reprinted in Rabbit Ears: TV Poems. New York: New York Quarterly Books, 2015: 155-61.

  • "Hypnosis, with Big Band"; "New Year's Day, Woolly Mammoth Antiques"; and "The Adventures of Superman." The Oneiric Moor.

  • "Tonight I marked the one-year anniversary of Barnabas’s first appearance" and "In 1966, Beach Boy Brian Wilson arrives late." Cream City Review 38.2 (Fall/Winter 2014): 101-106.

  • “My Childhood Nightmares Unfolded in Serial Narrative.”  Reprinted in Poems Dead and Undead. Ed. Tony Barnstone and Michelle Mitchell-Foust.  New York: Knopf/Everyman's Library, 2014: 69-70.

  • "Jean Hill." Obsessions: Sestinas in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Marilyn Krysl and Carolyn Beard Whitlow. Lebanon, NH: Dartmouth College Press, 2014. 20.

  • "Out of the Cosmos Factory"; "'What I'm saying is part of me outside the actual creation of words themselves'"; "She felt very stupid because she didn't know where earth was on the map." Ghost Town 6 (Spring 2014).

  • "[Barnabas Collins steps through a secret panel]." TriQuarterly 145 (Winter/Spring 2014).

  • "Close-up: Little David inside the coffin breathing heavily." Puerto del Sol 49.1 (Fall 2013): 145-53.

  • "Total Information Awareness" and "Jindabyne." Matter 3 (July 2013).

  • "I'm watching Dark Shadows in Paris," "Bit by spiders in the Paris studio we rented," "Another color videotape missing," and "'Pop, that's called whistling in the dark.'" Stolen Island (2013): 74-82.
  • "[Pythagoras believed in denim]" and "Red Road." 1913: a journal of forms 6 (2013): 161-62.

  • "The Orb" and "Dr. Simon put Barney Hill under hypnosis. Barney described the humanoids. David Baker drew them." Columbia Poetry Review 26 (2013): 73-77.

  • "Hypnagogic." Drunken Boat 16 (2012).

  • "He felt two fingers pulling back his mouth. The glow wasn't from an object in his hand"; and "They were all dressed alike. Betty wasn't really prepared for their appearance." Black Tongue Review 3 (December 2012): 77-79.

  • "Rainforests for Boneshakers." The Arcadia Project. Ed. Joshua Corey and G.C. Waldrep. Boise, ID: Ahsahta Press, 2012. 471-72.

  • "I understand, Maggie -- I, too, expected Barnabas would break into my bedroom." Excerpt from "The Complete Dark Shadows [of My Childhood]." TriQuarterly 142 (Summer/Fall 2012). Click for audio version of poem.

  • "Blizzard, Leaving Chicago," "Through the Window, Fog," and "Scene from a Divorce." Sou’wester 40.2 (Spring 2012): 119-122.

  • "Marina and Lee." Reprinted in Villanelles. Ed. Annie Finch and Marie-Elizabeth Mali. New York: Knopf/Everyman's Library, 2012. 168-70.

  • "Oswald, to His Father." Reprinted in A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry. Ed. Stacey Lynn Brown and Oliver de la Paz. Akron, OH: U of Akron P, 2012. 53-54.

  • "In the Intersection, Jackson and State." Reprinted in City of the Big Shoulders: An Anthology of Chicago Poetry. Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 2012. 133.

  • "Kindling Ceremony, New Year's Eve," "Peeling Out of the Garage," and "Ancestors." The Jet Fuel Review 3 (Spring 2012).

  • "From White Noise." The Seattle Review 5.1 (2012): 215-34.

  • "Ode to My Mother's Cigarettes." THIS Literary Magazine 15 (May/June 2012).

  • "Night of the Lepus" and "For Michael, Turning 35." Sixth Finch (Winter 2012).

  • "My soul sometimes floats out of my body. I don't listen to the radio while driving." Salt Hill 28 (Winter 2012): 96-97.

 

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