Jennie Malboeuf
English Department

Jennie Malboeuf

Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing


Office

Archdale Hall 112
336-316-2840
thompsonj@guilford.edu

Recent Work – Poetry:

·       “Parable” in Prairie Schooner — forthcoming 2018

·       “Ode to the Cannibal” in Memorious — forthcoming 2018

·       “First Mirror” in FIELD — 2018

·       “Honest Signals” in North American Review — forthcoming 2018

·       “The Lesser Water Boatman” on The Collagist — 2018

·       What the Eclipse Does to Animals” in The Journal — 2018

·       “flying change” & “In the Myths” in Third Coast — forthcoming 2018

·       “The Men” in ZYZZYVA — forthcoming 2018

·       “Origin of God” & “The Meaning of God” in Image — forthcoming 2018

·       Hubris” in New South 2017 (nominated for a Pushcart Prize for 2019)

·       Topography of a Bird” in/on Sugar House Review — 2017

·       Song of the Cock” on Unsplendid — 2017

·       “Strawberry Moon” in AGNI — 2017

·       Landscape Where I Miss My Mother” in Poetry Ireland — 2017

·       “Kingdom” in Poetry Northwest — 2017

·       Fear,” etc., in Alaska Quarterly Review — 2017

·       “The Screwworm” in Barrow Street — 2017

·       “Original Meal” in Nasty Women Poets (anthology) — 2017

·       “The Godwit,” etc., in New American Writing — 2017

·       “A Figure for the Holy Ghost” in Hunger Mountain — 2017

·       Grandmothers” in Best New Poets — 2017

·       Orrery” in/on the Southern Humanities Review — 2016

·       Ruth” in/on The Virginia Quarterly Review — 2016

·       As Soon As We Are Born We Start to Die” in Montreal Prize Global Anthology — 2016

·       “Christ is a Great Blue Heron” in Spoon River Poetry Review  — 2016

·       “The Cow’s Eye” in Oxford Poetry (UK) — 2016

·       “Animals in the Bible” in The Hollins Critic — 2016

·       “The Godhead” in The Sycamore Review — 2016

·       “Wilding” in The Laurel Review — 2016

·       “The Night We Decided Was a Day” in EPOCH — 2016

·       “Some Things Have Been Heard Enough” in Bat City Review — 2016

·       “Grackles” in The Bellingham Review — 2016

·       The Brass Bell” and “The Leonids” on The Cortland Review — 2015

·       New Town” and “How to Drive in Snow” on/in Your Impossible Voice — 2015

·       “First Death Ever Filmed” in PRISM (Canada) — 2015

·       “The Country” in Poet Lore — 2015

·       “Double Star—” in The Potomac Review — 2015

·       Sacred Heart” on The Pinch — 2014

 

Courses Taught

·       Poetry Workshop

·       Introduction to Creative Writing

·       Composition, College Reading & Writing, and the History & Literature of Key West

 

Education


University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Master of Fine Arts, 2005
Poetry
Centre College, Bachelor of Arts, 2003
English