Persea Books (2015)
Impelled by conflicting desires, Once Removed continues poet-naturalist Elizabeth Bradfield’s exploration of our ecological and emotional environments.
Set on the waters and shores of Cape Cod, with sojourns to Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere, Bradfield’s unflinching, perceptive poems delve into our complex impulses to connect to nature and each other.
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Persea Books, 2010
Finalist for the James Laughlin Award
Arktoi Books, 2008
Winner of the Audre Lorde Prize & Finalist for a Lambda Literary Award
Video Poems (on Vimeo)
- June 28: Reading at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown
- June: Teaching for Camp Lightbulb (LGBTIQ youth)
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Review of Once Removed by Robin Becker in The Georgia Review
The Echoing Green: Poems of Fields, Meadows & Grasses, (Everyman's Library, Cecily Parks, ed) with work by Bradfield now available.
Essay, "Fluid States: Ocean as Place and Poetic" on West Branch Wired.
New haibun from Anatarctica on the Orion Magazine Blog.
"A Front-Row Seat," essay in National Parks Conservation Association magazine (Summer, 2015).
The Haul Out
The Haul Out is a blog about seals and other flotsam.
Monthly collaborations we hope you'll download (free!), print, and "vectorize" in your community.