Tayve Neese's poetry and essays have appeared in Fourteen Hills, diode, MiPOesias, The Paris Review (online edition), The Pedestal Magazine, and other journals. Her first book of poems, Blood to Fruit, was published by David Robert Books in 2015. Her work has been translated into Vietnamese and has been selected for the Best New Poems Online. She is the Executive Editor and Co-founder of Trio House Press, an independent, non-profit press publishing emerging and established American poets www.triohousepress.org. Neese has edited over twenty-five books, including poetry collections, novels, chapbooks, and memoirs. She is also the founder and primary editor of The Banyan Review, an online journal publishing international poets, artists, and writers www.thebanyanreview.org. She lives on a small, barrier island off the coast of Florida.
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POEMS FOUND ONLINE
"I believe in chakras," Vox Populi , December 2020
"Inside her muscle, a blossom," Vox Populi October 2020
Jax by Jax Reading: Video documentary event, marker 15:16 minutes, October 2020
"Upon Stealing My Neighbor's Peaches," Cordella September 2020.
"He says, it's so shallow," Vox Populi Septeber 2020
"Blessing the Locusts," Vox Populi, August 2020
Voetica Recordings of poems read by Lindsey Rousseau 2020
"I can feel the world about to fall," is longlisted for the 2019 Vice Chancellor's International Poetry Prize at the University of Canberra, AU
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