Jeremy Allan Hawkins

Photo by Trisha Ward

 

Jeremy Allan Hawkins was born in New York City and raised in the Hudson Valley. He has been the recipient of a grant from the US Fulbright Program and a teaching fellowship from the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project. His poetry has appeared in numerous journals and was also selected for the Best New Poets 2016 anthology. His poetry also appeared in the Venice 2018 Biennale Architettura. He is the author of A Clean Edge, selected by Richard Siken as the winner of the 2016 BOAAT Chapbook Prize. He lives in France.

 

Books

Poetry in periodicals:

  • “Identity of Indiscernables” & “Indiscernibility of Identicals” – para·text, issue 5, 2018
  • Three poems from Tache Stimulante 3:AM MagazinePoem Brut series, 2018
  • Selvage,” “Rhinoceros,” & “B-Sides” – Nightjar Review, Issue 3, September 2017
  • “You Must Become a Bear” – Best New Poets 2016 
  • What Is True Is Seen from a Distance” – Foundry Journal, Issue Two, December 2016
  • “Not What Could Be” – Tammy 6, 2016 
  • “Basilica Cistern” – The Cincinnati Review, 13.1, Summer 2016
  • “La Villette-Saint-Prest,” “Woodsmoke,” & “Gara de Nord, Bucharest” – Quiddity, Vol. 9, 2016
  • Eddies for David” – TYPO 24, April 2016
  • Pool Party,” & “Naïve Poetry” – Hobart, December 2015
  • To Ease Yourself,” “You Must Become a Bear,” “Reflections Without the French,” & “This Has Kept Me” – FOLDEROctober 2015
  • “Because a Paper Crane is Deathless” & “Flotsam” – New Orleans Review, Issue 41 (2015)
  • About the Coming Down” – The Paris-American, April 2015
  • Valjevo 1915,” “Study of Iron Horses,” & “Seasonal Dress” – Waxwing, Issue V – Spring 2015
  • But Who Thinks of the Skunk” & “The Salvers” – Rappahannock Review, Issue 1.3
  • “Immolation” – Another Chicago Magazine, Vol. 52, 2014
  • “To Say the Imagination” – Ninth Letter, Fall 2012 / Winter 2013, Vol. 9, Issue 2
  • Where We Relied Too Much on Optics” – RealPoetik, May 2012
  • Photos of Cherry Blossoms” – Harvard Review, Issue 42 Spring/Summer 2012
  • “So He Fell Straight as a Pine” – The Laurel Review
  • “L’Avventura (1960)” & “Romanian Folk Dance No. 3: Pe loc (1915)” –
  • Cavalier Literary Couture, July 2011
  • “Salvage”& “Certainties in Texas” – Salamander, Spring/Summer Issue 2011
  • “Study No. 2” – Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue 48 Spring/Summer 2011
  • “Four Poems” – PANK! Online, April 2011
  • “The Prelude After” & “The Crocus Thief” – Tin House, Issue 46, Winter 2010

 Nonfiction:

Poetry Criticism:

  • “Invocation for Daughters” –  Georgia Review –  Summer 2018
  • “Lucinda” – Pleiades, 37.2 – Summer 2017
  • They and We Will Get into Trouble for This” – Kenyon Review Online, September 2016
  • To Love as Aswang: Songs, Fragments & Found Objects” – The Rumpus, May 2016
  • “Loose Strife” – Pleiades, 36.2 – Summer 2016
  • “The Lost Novel” – Pleiades, 36.1 – Winter 2016
  • “All You Do Is Perceive” – Pleiades, 35.2 – Summer 2015
  • “Unpeopled Eden” – Pleiades, 35.1 – Winter 2015
  • Direct Address – On Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric” – The Hairsplitter, November 2014
  • Sonnets to the Humans” – Atticus Review, 2013
  • “Corinna A-Maying the Apocalypse” – Zoland Poetry, 2010
  • “A Sunday in God-Years” – Pleiades, Issue 30.2, 2010
  • “Paper Children” – Zoland Poetry, 2008
  • “Dismal Rock” – The Black Warrior Review, 2008
  • “Analects on a Chinese Screen” – Zoland Poetry, 2007

Film Criticism:

  • Whimsy and Horror: On Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo” – The Hairsplitter, August 2014
  • “Five Lessons from ‘The Fog of War’” – Cinespect, March 2013
  • “Death by Piano” – Cinespect, March 2012
  • “Lars von Trier’s Grip on Reality” – Cinespect, February 2012

Miscellaneous:

If you’re looking for Jeremy Hawkins the Novelist, my friendly and talented doppelgänger, please check him out HERE.
His debut novel, The Last Days of Video is out now from Soft Skull Press!