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Patrick Lawler

Patrick J. Lawler

Visiting Associate Professor

B4 Marshall Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6636

Email: pjlawler@esf.edu

Teaching Honors

  • ESSO (Environmental Studies Student Organization) Professor of the Year 2010
  • LeMoyne Adjunct of the Year 2010
  • Distinguished Teaching Award (Undergraduate Student Association), 1994
  • Empire Forester Award, 1995

Education

  • M.A., Creative Writing, Syracuse University, 1981
  • B.A., English, LeMoyne College, 1976

Research Interests

  • Literature of nature
  • Composition and technical writing
  • Creative writing (poetry, fiction, plays, screenplays)
  • Native issues
  • Gender and ecofeminism
  • Media and the environment
  • Popular culture
  • Environmental communication

Publications

  • Books Published            ​
  • A DROWNING MAN IS NEVER TALL ENOUGH. Poetry. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 1990.
  • (reading a burning book). Poetry. Lima, OH: Basfal Books, 1994.
  • FEEDING THE FEAR OF THE EARTH. Poetry. Denver, CO: Many Mountains Moving Press, 2006.
  • UNDERGROUND (NOTES TOWARD AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY- A hybrid text combining poetry and an interview. Denver, CO: Many Mountains Moving Press. Winter 2010.
  • TRADE WORLD CENTER. Poetry.  Ravenna Press.  Winter 2012.
  • RESCUERS OF SKYDIVERS SEARCH AMONG THE CLOUDS. Novel.  Winner of the Fiction Collective 2 Ronald Sukenik/ABR Innovative Fiction Award. University of Alabama Press, 2012.
  • CHILD SINGS IN THE WOMB.  Poetry. The Bitter Oleander Press. 2014.
  • THE MEANING OF IF. Short Story Collection.  Four Way Books. 2014.
  • Books Ready for Publication:
    • Exhalation Therapist (Poetry)
    • Breathe a Word of It (Poetry)--fourth in the element series
    • Finding the Depth of Loon Lake: Electrical the Embryo (Creative Nonfiction) combining nature writing, history, lyrical essay, and poetry
  • Poetry & Fiction in Journals:
    Poetry and Fiction have appeared in over 100 journals including Ab Ovo, American Letters and Commentary, American Poetry Review, Anemone Sidecar, Barrow Street, Baybury Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Bitter Oleander, Black Clock, Blazevox, Boston Literary Review, Central Park, Controlled Burn, Copper Nickle, Court Green, Diode, Divide, Double Take, Epoch,e.ratio, Faultline, Flyway, Fringe, Gargoyle, Georgia State University Review, Harpur Palate, Hotel Amerika, The Alembic, THE DIAGRAM, The Iowa Review, Ironwood, The Literary Review, The Minnesota Review, Many Mountains Moving, Marginalia, McSweeney’s, Melic Review, New York Times Book Review, Oxford Magazine, Passages North, Poetry Now, Poetry Wales , Red Brick Review, Rockhurst Review, Rune, Salt Hill Journal, Scythe Journal, Shade, Shampoo, Shenandoah, Slope, Southern Humanities Review, Sou'wester, Two Rivers, Verse, x-connect.
  • Selected Work from Various Genres and Sources:
    • Chapter from Novella
      “The Birds Give Up Their Wigs” : THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 74-75.
    • Chapter from a Collection of Creative Nonfiction
      “Voice Box” : THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 72-73.
    • Short Short Story
      “The Psychiatrist’s Mother” : THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 58.
    • Chapter in Book
      "Without a Net: Collaborative Writing." With Linda Tomol Pennisi. In COLORS OF A DIFFERENT HORSE: RETHINKING HOW TO TEACH CREATIVE WRITING, ed. Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1993.
    • Play Performed CIRCLE OF WILLIS, by Raina Von Waldenburg, Patrick Lawler, et al. Stage Appearance. Play produced by Blah Blah Theater, Zodiac, Syracuse, NY, 1992.
    • Article in a Journal
      “Patrick Lawler Stripped Bare by His Brides, Even: Ecotones in the Surrealistic Landscapes” TURNROW (Winter, 2007) : 232 – 242.
    • Review
      “Undreaming" ; review/poem of Michael Burkard’s Unsleeping. PROVINCETOWN ARTS. Vol. 16 (2001-2002) : 115.
    • Art Installations
      “Mock Vanity” with Kim Waale. Shown at Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY (1996)
    • Short Story in Online Journal
      “If” : short story. DIAGRAM. http://thediagram.com/6_4 (Fall, 2006)
  • Work Translated:
    • "The Animals We Once Prayed To" ; Poem translated into Dutch by Henri Thijs. It is Het Oog van de Roos (Eye of the Rose) www.hetprieeltje.net/oogvanderoos/patricklawler.html
    • A DROWNING MAN IS NEVER TALL ENOUGH: Twelve poems translated into Russian by Alexder Lavrovsky. Appeared in Poetry Journal, Minsk, Belarus (2002)
    •  “The Drive-in Movie,” “Lonely Undertaker Takes 24 Corpses Home for Company,” “E(cstasy)-Mail” : poems translated into Spanish by Jose Rico (2012) http://circulodepoesia.com/nueva/2012/02/poetas-contemporaneos-de-estados-unidos
  • Anthologies:
    • ANTHOLOGY OF MAGAZINE VERSE & YEARBOOK OF AMERICAN POETRY (1985 & 1988)
    • ENVIRONMENT: ESSENCE AND ISSUE (1992)
    • SHADE: AN ANTHOLOGY (2003)
    • THE 2009 RHYSLING ANTHOLOGY (2009)
  • Featured Author/ Interviews:
  • Websites with Creative Work:

Honors and Awards

  • Grants
    • NYS Foundation for the Arts (Fellowship - 1989)
    • National Endowment for the Arts (Fellowship - 1990)
    • NYS Foundation for the Arts (Fellowship - 1999)
    • Saltonstall Artists' Grant (Fellowship - 2001)
  • Miscellaneous Competitions/Nominations/Finalist
    • CNY Book Award for Fiction (2013)
    • Winner--Fiction 2 Collective--Ronald Sukenik/ABR Innovative Fiction Award (2011)
    • Winner--Ravenna Books (Trade World Center) (2011)
    • Winner—Many Mountains Moving book competition (2004)
    • First Prize (Piedmont Literary, Winewood Journal, Nit & Wit)
    • Nominated (Lamont Prize, Pushcart Prize - 1983, 1995, 1999)
    • Finalist (Pablo Neruda Prize, Green Rose Prize, Four Way Books Levis Prize, Sawtooth Poetry Prize, Cleveland State University Press, Tupelo Press, Pleiades Press, Colorado Prize for Poetry)
  • Editor
    • Ecopoetry Editor—Many Mountains Moving
    • Drama Editor –Many Mountains Moving
    • Fiction Editor--Stone Canoe

Professional Affiliations (current and former)

  • Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE)
  • Associated Writing Programs (AWP)
  • College Composition and Communication (CCC)
  • Modern Language Association (MLA)
  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
  • PEN: An Association of Writers

Courses

  • EWP 300 - Survey of Environmental Writing
  • EWP 390 - Introduction to Literature of Nature
  • EWP 405 - Writing for Science Professionals
  • EWP 495 - Environmental Journalism
  • EWP 496 - Creative Responses to the Environment

COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Books:
  • A DROWNING MAN IS NEVER TALL ENOUGH. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 1990.
  • (reading a burning book), Lima, OH: Basfal Books, 1994
  • FEEDING THE FEAR OF THE EARTH. Denver, CO: Many Mountains Moving Press, 2006
  • UNDERGROUND: NOTES TOWARD AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Hybrid Text combining Interview and Poetry. Many Mountains Moving Press, Fall, 2011.
  • TRADE WORLD CENTER.  Poetry Chapbook.  Ravenna Press. Winter 2012.
  • RESCUERS OF SKYDIVERS SEARCH AMOUNG THE CLOUDS.  Novella. Fiction Collective 2, Fall, 2012
  • THE MEANING OF IF.  Short Story Collection. Four Way Books. Winter, 2014.
  • CHILD SINGS IN THE WOMB and DEAR BOOK.  Two poetry collections. The Bitter Oleander Press. 2014.
  • Chapter in a Book:
    • "Without a Net: Collaborative Writing." With Linda Tomol Pennisi. In COLORS OF A DIFFERENT HORSE: RETHINKING HOW TO TEACH CREATIVE WRITING, ed. Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1993.
    • “Talking Garden: Remembering Wendy Bishop.” With George Kalamaras. (Scheduled to appear in 2010 in book edited by Mary Ann Cain.)
  • Play Writing & Stage Appearance:
    • CIRCLE OF WILLIS, by Raina Von Waldenburg, Patrick Lawler, et al. Stage Appearance. Play produced by Blah Blah Theater, Zodiac, Syracuse, NY, 1992.
    • VOICE/BOX. Play performed by Simply New Theater. Syracuse, NY, 1988.
    • WHAT’S INSIDE. With Susan Clarke. Play performed by Simply New Theater. Syracuse, NY, 1988.
  • Article in a Journal:
    • "Writing in a Burning House." WESTERN OHIO JOURNAL, XII, No. 1 (Spring 1992) : 37-40.
    • “Patrick Lawler Stripped Bare by His Brides, Even: Ecotones in the Surrealistic Landscapes” TURNROW (Winter, 2007) : 232 – 242.
    • “Bunhan Bunahan (To Be About To Speak, And About Not To Speak).” SALT HILL, Number 31 (2013) : 66-69.
  • Art Installations:
    • "Another Story" with Kim Waale. Shown at Cazenovia Stone Quarry Art Park (1995)
    • "Tooth Rattle" with Kim Waale. Shown at Altered Space--Syracuse, NY (1995)
    • "Building the House around the Fire: A Sculpted Poem in Two Stanzas" with Kim Waale. Shown at Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, NY (1995)
    • "Double Expopsure" with Kim Waale. Shown at Kirkland Art Center--Clinton, NY (1996)
    • “Mock Vanity” with Kim Waale. Shown at Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY (1996)
    • “Tooth Rattle” with Kim Waale. Shown at Impact Gallery, Buffalo, NY (1996)
  • Artist Residencies:
    • The Millay Colony for the Arts 1996
  • Miscellaneous Creative Achievements:
    • Many Mountains Moving Press: Board. 2008.
    • Saltonstall: Offered residency. 2008.
    • CravenKerry: Artist Advisory Board. 2008-Present.
  • Papers Presented:
    • “Solastagia: An Ecoperformance.” Presentation for AWP. Denver, CO. 2010.
    • “Writing with the Elements.” Presentation for ASLE. Vancouver. 2009.
    • “Feeding the Fear of the Earth.” Presentation for ASLE. Vancouver. 2009.
    • “The Nature of Poetry; the Poetry of Nature.” Moderator. LeMoyne College. Syracuse, NY. March, 2009.
    • “Patrick Lawler Stripped Bare By His Brides, Even: Ecotones in the Surrealist Landscape.” Paper presented at AWP. Austin, TX. March, 2006.
    • “A Way for the Other Side to be Seen: The Autistic student in the Creative Writing Classroom.” Paper presented at AWP. Baltimore, MD. March, 2003.
    • “Abandoning Convention: Using collaborative Play to Embrace the Dichotomies of Critical/Creative Thinking.” Presentation at CCCC Denver, CO. Spring, 2001.
    • "Performance, Positioning, Professionalism" NCTE--CCCC Convention--Minneapolis, MN 2000
    • "For Play." Paper presented at Articulations Panel Discussions. Syracuse, NY, January, 1999.
    • "How to B a Man." Presentation for LeMoyne College creative writing class. Syracuse, NY, 1998
    • "Buying a House at Love Canal: Critical Thinking and Technical Writing" Presentation--Syracuse University Writing Program sessions "Political Aspects of Technical Writing." Syracuse, NY, 1998
    • "Flaming Stories: Place, Body, and Community in the Virtual Classroom." Panel presentation with Janine DeBaise, Benette Tiffault and Joyce Herr. My presentation titled "Transvestite in Electric Heels: The Spectral Body in the Garden of Cyberspace." Chicago, IL, 1998.
    • "Women and Nature." With Janine DeBaise and Kendall Watkins. Paper presented at Student Environment Action Coalition--state-wide conference. Syracuse, NY, 1997.
    • "Second Nature: Ecofeminist Poetry." With Janine DeBaise and Kendall Watkins. Paper presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment. Cazenovia, NY, 1997.
    • "Second Nature: Exploring Ecofeminism through Creativity." Panel Presentaion with Janine DeBaise and Kendall Watkins. My presentaion titled "Marlin Perkins Meets Rachel Carson: Poetry in the Unclear Age." Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE). Missoula, Montana, 1997.
    • "A Place that Ever Was Lived In." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at New York State Art Teachers Association Conference. Catskill, NY, 1996.
    • "Weaver and Woven: Exploring Ecofeminism." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at Sharp Eyes II: Multicultural Perspectives Conference. Oneonta, NY, 1996.
    • "Ecological Feminism." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at Democratic Women's Conference. Liverpool, NY, 1996.
    • "Weaver and Woven: A Discussion about Ecofeminism." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at Syracuse University for the Feminist Collective. Syracuse, NY, November, 1995.
    • "Double Vision: Earth our Mother." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at New York State Outdoor Education Association. Waterloo, NY, October,1995.
    • "Child Sings in the Womb--An Eco-performance." With Janine DeBaise. Paper presented at the NCTE Conference on Composition and Communication. Washington, DC, March,1995
    • "(Un)Ravelling the Text, (Re)Weaving the Wor(l)d: Ecofeminist Texts in the Technical Writing Classroom." With Janine Debaise. Paper presented at the NCTE Conference on College Composition and Communication. Memphis, TN, March, 1994.
    • "Strategies in Collaborative Writing." With Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom. Papers presented at the NCTE Conference on College Composition and Communication, Cincinnatti, OH & San Diego, CA, March, 1992 & March, 1993.
    • "Environmental vs. Nature Poetry." Paper presented at the SUNY Writers' Festival at the State University of Albany, Albany, NY, Spring, 1991.
    • "Writing in a Burning House." Paper presented at the NCTE Conference on College Composition and Communication, Boston, MA, March, 1991.
    • "Finding the Fire." Paper presented at the NY Press Association in a series of meetings at Syracuse, Albany, Buffalo, and Long Island, NY, Spring, 1991.
    • "Technical Writing's Three Modes of Representing Reality." Paper presented at the NCTE Conference on College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL. March, 1990
    • "The Fog Index." Paper presented at the annual meeting for the American Society of Women Accountants, Syracuse, NY, December, 1989.
    • "Giving You a Line." Paper presented at SUNY Writers' Festival at the State University of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, Spring, 1987.
  • Chapter from Novel:
    • "The Birds Give Up Their Wigs” : Chapter from a Novella. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 74-75.
  • Creative Non-fiction:
    • “The Boy in the Window of the Burning Hotel” : chapter from collection of Creative Nonfiction. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 70-71.
    • “Voice Box” : chapter from collection of Creative Nonfiction. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 72-73.
  • Short Stories:
    • "The Year 1958 Was Lost"; short story. FICTION 83 (1983) : 71-75.
    • "Wake Us and We Drown"; short story. NEXUS (Winter 1984) : 23-24.
    • " Music for a Lady Sleeping in Japan" ; short story. NORTHWEST REVIEW, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1986) : 15-19.
    • "The Mailman's Funeral"; short story. KANSAS QUARTERLY (1987)
    • "The Music of Prayer is Fear"; short story. LAKE EFFECT, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Winter 1989) : 15.
    • “If” : short story. DIAGRAM. http://thediagram.com/6_4 (Fall, 2006)
    • “Skywriter” : Short Story. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 2008) : 78-84.
    • “”At one of My Father’s Funerals, I Was Humphrey Bogart” : Short Story. SALT HILL JOURNAL. Vol. 25 (2010) : 21-23.
    • “My Father’s Suicide Note” : Short Story. STONE CANOE. Number 5 (2011). 105-113.
    • "The Zeno Question” : Short Story.  CAFÉ IRREAL Issue 39. (2011) Cafeirreal.alicewhittenburg.com/lawler.htm
    • “When I was Finished, I Carefully Wiped the Smeared Voices From my Mouth” : Short Story.  PROMPT (2014). http://promptpress.com/contributors/james-gouldthorpe/patrick-lawler-when-i-was-finished-i-carefully-wiped-smeared-noises-my-mouth/
    • “Maps” : short story.  FOUR WAY BOOKS. Issue 6 (2014) http://fourwayreview.com/fwr-monthly-maps-by-patrick-lawler/
  • Short Short Fiction:
    • “The Psychiatrist’s Mother” : Short Short Story. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 58.
    • “The Drive-In Movie” : Short Short Story. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 59.
  • Poetry:
    • "Odd, the Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors"; poem. EPOCH. Vol. 29, No. 2 (Winter 1980) : 112-113.
    • "Studio Cards"; poem. SHENANDOAH. Vol. 31, No. 3 (1980) : 73.
    • "The Survivor Does Not Go Away"; poem. POETS ON. Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1983) : 41.
    • "Falling Apart at What Seems"; poem. PIEDMONT LITERARY REVIEW. Vol. 8, No. 1 (1983) : 26.
    • "Watching the Sailboats"; poem. THE HIRAM POETRY REVIEW. No. 34 (Spring and Summer 1983) : 11.
    • "A Darker City"; poem. TAURUS. No. 9 (1983) : 37.
    • "Scarecrow"; poem. WHITE ROCK REVIEW. Vol. 1, No. 2 (September 1983) : 6.
    • "The Victims of Mine Disasters"; poem. PLAINS POETRY JOURNAL. No. 7 (July 1983) : 3.
    • "Prison Guard"; poem. NEGATIVE CAPABILITY. Vol. 3, No. 4 (Fall 1983) : 89.
    • "A Question of Perspective"; poem. YARROW. (Fall 1983) : 29.
    • "Spring Burning"; poem. CEDAR ROCK. Vol. 9, No. 1 (Winter 1984) : 26.
    • "The Trees Fall From Their Leaves"; poem. PROOF ROCK. No. 4 (Winter 1984) : 16.
    • "Burning Lady of Toronto" ; poem. SMALL POND. Vol. 21, No. 1 (Winter 1984) : 16.
    • "Handwriting"; poem. EMBERS. Vol. 9, No. 1 (Spring/ Summer 1984) : 28.
    • "Plow"; poem. CONNECTICUT POETRY REVIEW. Vol. 3, No. 1 (1984) : 22.
    • "Subsong"; poem. STONE COUNTRY. (November 1984) : 34.
    • "The Front"; poem. MIDWAY REVIEW. No. 5 (1984) : 39.
    • "Another Russian Novel: Fragment" ; poem. SOUTHERN HUMANITIES REVIEW. Vol. 18, No. 3 (Summer 1984) : 256.
    • "The Woodworker's Daughter"; poem. CIMMARON REVIEW. No. 73 (Winter 1985) : 16.
    • "Parthenogenesis" ; poem. POETS ON. Vol. 9, No. 1 (Winter 1985) : 24.
    • "Peeling Potatoes" ; poem. NORTH DAKOTA QUARTERLY. Vol. 53, No. 4 (Fall 1985) : 207.
    • "Commerce"; poem. NORTH DAKOTA QUARTERLY. Vol. 53, No. 4 (Fall 1985) : 207.
    • "Fat Lady"; poem. MALAHAT REVIEW. No. 71 (June 1985) : 78.
    • "Bird By Bird"; poem. THE APALACHEE QUARTERLY. No. 21 (1984) : 38.
    • "Dustdance"; poem. SOU'WESTERN. Vol. 12, No. 3 (Winter 1985) : 27.
    • "Aftermath: A Way of Counting"; poem. OHIO JOURNAL. Vol. 8, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 1984) : 25.
    • "Notes Toward My First Russian Novel"; poem. OHIO JOURNAL. Vol. 8, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 1984) : 26.
    • "The Year John Cage Was Born"; poem. THE IOWA REVIEW. Vol. 13, No. 3 & 4 (Spring 1982, 1983) : 38.
    • "On the Possible Death of Monsieur Smith"; poem. THE IOWA REVIEW. Vol. 13, No. 3 & 4 (Spring 1982, 1983) : 37.
    • "My Suicide Returns to Me Each Year"; poem. THE IOWA REVIEW. Vol. 13, No. 3 & 4 (Spring 1982, 1983) : 36.
    • "Finishing Touches"; poem. NIT & WIT. Vol. 6, No. 6 (Nov./Dec. 1984) : 64.
    • "Clarity: A Knife"; poem. IRONWOOD. No. 25 (Spring 1985) : 120.
    • "Relocation"; poem. STILL NIGHT WRITINGS. Vol. 1, No. 4 (May 1985) : 34.
    • "Veterans Hospital"; poem. PASSAGES NORTH. Vol. 6, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 1985) : 20.
    • "(sleep)"; poem. NIMROD. Vol. 29, No. 1 (Fall/Winter 1985) : 87.
    • "Degree of Difficulty"; poem. WELTER '85. (Spring 1985) : 10.
    • "Making Ends Meet"; poem. CONFRONTATION. No. 32 (Spring/Summer 1986) : 110.
    • "Dwarf's Concerto"; poem. VERSE. Issue 5 (1986) : 40.
    • "Elagabalus; Roman Emperor, Trickster Too"; poem. AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW. Vol. 15, No. 5 (Sept./Oct. 1986) : 19.
    • "A Red Ball in a Blue Vase"; poem. POETS ON. Vol. 10, No. 1 (Winter 1986) : 24.
    • "Two Stories"; poem. THE LITERARY REVIEW (1987).
    • "Nine Times the Space"; poem. THE LITERARY REVIEW. (1987).
    • "Phrenology"; poem. MEMPHIS REVIEW. Vol. 7, No. 1 (Spring 1987) : 29.
    • "Dead Mom Speaks to Son"; poem. CENTRAL PARK. No. 14 (Fall 1988) : 169.
    • "Scientists Discover Herb"; poem. CENTRAL PARK. No. 14 (Fall 1988) : 170.
    • "Miracle Boy Cures Sick"; poem. CENTRAL PARK. No. 14 (Fall 1988) : 171.
    • "Human Head Kept Alive 6 Days"; poem. ASYLUM. Vol. 4, No. 4 (1989) : 11.
    • "Spies Lurk Among Us From Distant Planets"; poem. ASYLUM. Vol. 4, No. 4 (1989) : 12.
    • "Child Sings in the Womb"; poem. ASYLUM. Vol. 4, No. 4 (1989) : 13.
    • "Fear"; poem. COMMUNITY WRITERS' PROJECT NEWSLETTER. (Spring 1989)
    • "A Drowning Man Is Never Tall Enough"; poem. POETRY WALES. Vol. 25, No. 1 (June 1989) : 11.
    • "Wooden Horses"; poem. POETPOURRI. Vol. 3, No. 1 (1989) : 57.
    • "Things to be Afraid of"; poem. NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW. (Sept. 24 1990) : 57.
    • "Crowd of 1500"; poem. NRG. (Winter 1990) : 15.
    • "Secret for Eternal Youth"; poem. NOOS PAPERS. (Winter 1990) : 34.
    • "Dead Man Works Miracles"; poem. NEW DELTA REVIEW. Vol. 8, No. 1 (Fall 1990/Winter 1991) : 68.
    • "How Do You Put a Lake in a Casket"; poem. WORD OUT!. (Fall 1990)
    • "Exxon"; poem. THE FIFTH ESTATE. Vol. 24, No. 3 (Winter 1990) : 11.
    • "(death)"; poem. GOPHERWOOD REVIEW. (Fall 1991) : 39-40.
    • "Thinking Like a Mountain"; poem. TRANSITION. (Spring 1991) : 13.
    • "(food)"; poem. CENTRAL PARK. No. 21 (Spring 1992) : 8-17.
    • "Virginia Woolf Touches Albert Einstein" ; poem. BOSTON LITERARY REVIEW. (1992).
    • "(dreams)" ; sections of poem. AMERICAN LETTERS AND COMMENTARY. Fifth Anniversary Issue (1993) : 1-8.
    • "(dreams)" ; sections of poem. WAYNE LITERARY REVIEW. (1993).
    • "Marcel Marceau after Becoming Allen Ginsberg Turns into Marlen Haushofer" ; poem. NOBODADDDIES. (Spring/summer 1994) : 57.
    • "(breath)" ; poem. THE LOWELL REVIEW. (Summer 1994) : 30-34.
    • "Waterfall" ; poem. CENTRAL NEW YORK ENVIRONMENT. Vol. 19, No. 4 (Aug./Sept. 1994) : 16.
    • "Georgia O'Keefe Holding a Mirror to Her Genitalia Sees an Image of Paulo Freire" ; poem. EIDOS. Vol. 8 No. 1 (November 1994) : 21.
    • "Marx Dancing with History Meets Marquez Dancing with Time" ; poem. AMERICAS REVIEW. Issue No. 7 (1995) : 101-102.
    • "(water)" : poem. CENTRAL PARK. No. 24 (Spring 1995) : 283-291.
    • "St. Dymphna, Carrying Her Crying Heart, Comes to Lacan Who Carries His Own" ; poem. The Cream City Review. Vol. 19, No. 1 (Spring 1995) : 134-135.
    • "Love Canal" ; poem. GREEN FUSE. No. 22 (Spring & Summer 1995) : 47.
    • "Egaz MonizMeets Marshall McLuhan" ; poem. DEFINED PROVIDENCE. Vol. 3 (1995) : 64.
    • "(light)" ; poem. RED BRICK REVIEW. (1995) : 29-34.
    • "Man Killed by Static Cling" ; poem. FLYWAY: A LITERARY REVIEW. Vol. 1.2 (Fall 1995) : 20-21.
    • "St. Dymphna, Carrying Her Crying Heart, Comes to Lacan Who Carries His Own" ; poem. THE CREAM CITY REVIEW. Vol. 19, No. 1 (Spring 1995) : 134-135.
    • "Further Study" ; poem. CENTRAL NEW YORK ENVIRONMENT. Vol. 20, No. 5 (Oct./Nov. 1995) : 11.
    • "A Character of Dostoyevsky Meets a Character of Camus" ; poem. SYCAMORE REVIEW. Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1995) : 44.
    • "Mengele Invites Pavlov to Look Through the Eyes of the Dead" ; poem. SYCAMORE REVIEW. Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1995) : 45.
    • "Aldo Leopold Thinking Like a Mountain Meets Andre Collard Living Like One" ; poem. SYCAMORE REVIEW. Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 1995) : 46.
    • "Space Aliens Capture Children and Experiment on Them" ; poem. NIGHTSUN. No. 16 (1996) : 7.
    • "Suicide Man Reborn as his Sister's Son" ; poem. NIGHTSUN. No. 16 (1996) : 8.
    • "Ynestra King and John Muir Breathe the Air in Bhopal" ; poem. BIRMINGHAM POETRY REVIEW. No. 14 (Spring-Summer1996) : 29.
    • "Another Story" ; poem. CROSSCONNECT: WRITERS OF THE INFORMATION AGE. VOL. 1 (1996) : 85.
    • "Child Sings in the Womb" ; poem. CROSSCONNECT: WRITERS OF THE INFORMATION AGE. VOL. 1 (1996) : 86.
    • "Child Sings in the Womb" ; poem. [Not the same as previous poem] CROSSCONNECT: WRITERS OF THE INFORMATION AGE. VOL. 1 (1996) : 86.
    • "Emma Goldman Dances with Ernie Kovaks at Bakunin's Revolution" ; poem. RED BRICK REVIEW. Vol. 5 (1997) : 18.
    • "Ptolemy Follows His Map to Sojourner Truth" ; poem. RED BRICK REVIEW. Vol. 5 (1997) : 19-20.
    • "A Dream of Langston Hughes Blossoms in the Head of Carl Jung" ; poem. AMERICAN LETTERS & COMMENTARY. No. 9 (1997) : 70-71.
    • "Isis, the Mother of Unraveling and Flowers, Gives Her Milk to Rachel Rosenthal" ; poem. MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING. Vol. 2 No. 2 (1997) : 72-73.
    • "Those Who Died in the Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire Find Themselves Working in Hamlet, North Carolina" ; poem. MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING. Vol. 2 No. 2 (1997) : 74-75.
    • "Anne Sexton and A. Gordon Pym Stay Afloat in Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum" ; poem. THE GSU REVIEW. (Spring 1997) : 10.
    • "Charles Murray and Albert Priddy Listen to a Doctor from Tuskegee" ; poem. ROCKHURST REVIEW. Vol. 10 (Spring 1997) : 88-89.
    • "Jacquetta Hawk Meets King Lear" ; poem. ROCKHURST REVIEW. Vol. 10 (Spring 1997) : 89-90.
    • "Alan Shepard Floating in the Heavens Sees Christa McAuliffe Falling Through the Sky" ; poem. TALKING RIVER REVIEW. (Winter 1997) : 62-63.
    • "Martha Graham Dances in Stravinsky's Burning House" ; poem. OXFORD MAGAZINE. Vol. XII (Spring & Summer 1998) : 10-11.
    • "Deuteronomy Meets Exodus, Genesis, et al." ; poem. BARROW STREET. Vol. 1, No.2 (Spring 1999) : 36-38.
    • "e(dison's)-mail" ; poem. BAYBURY REVIEW. Vol. 3 (1999) : 1.
    • "e(vidence)-mail" ; poem. BAYBURY REVIEW. Vol. 3 (1999) : 2-4.
    • "Ana Medieta and Chico Mendez Fall Down in the Waters of Sandoz" ; poem. CONTROLLED BURN. Vol. VI (Winter 2000) : 40.
    • "Ember" ; poem. BIRMINGHAM POETRY REVIEW. No. 22 (Spring-Summer 2000) : 26-27.
    • "e(xposed)-mail" ; poem. CROSSCONNECT. Vol. 4 (2000) : 89.
    • "e(rotic)-mail" ; poem. CROSSCONNECT. Vol. 4 (2000) : 90.
    • "Milagro" ; poem. MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING. Volume IV, Number 3 (2002) : 159-163.
    • "How to b a Man (Part 2)" ; poem. THE COMSTOCK REVIEW. Volume 18, Number 1 (2004) :26-27.
    • "e(motion)-mail" ; poem. THE MELIC REVIEW. Volume XXIV (Fall, 2003) : www.melicreview.com
    • "The Animals We Once Prayed To" ; poem. SLOPE. Number 24, (Winter, 2004-2005) : www.slope.org
    • "Helene Cixous Meets Georgia O'Keefe on a Snow Filled Evening" ; poem. RUNE. (Winter 2004) ; 106-107.
    • "The Duct Tape Monologues" ; poem. GARGOYLE. Vol. 50 (2005); 81-87.
    • "Inhale" ; poem. BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 11, No. 1 (2005)
    • "How to b a Man (Part 8)" ; poem. THE ALEMBIC. (Spring 2005) ; 87.
    • "The Millennium Ball" ; poem. MINNESOTA REVIEW. Vol. 63-64 (Spring/Summer 2005) ; 7-10.
    • “Wonder” ; poem. DWC Broadside. (Fall, 2005)
    • ”Breathing Book” ; poem. FRINGE. www.fringemagazine.org/current_issue_other.htm. (Feb. 2006)
    • “Every City Has Its wizard” ; poem. HOTEL AMERIKA. Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring 2006) ; 33-39.
    • “In Search of Magic” ; poem. AMERICAN LETTERS & COMMENTARY (2005) ; 140-143.
    • “The Atomic Ark” ; poem. MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING. Vol. VII, No. 1, (2006); 142-143.
    • “Nigger” ; poem. MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING. Vol. VII, No. 1, (2006); 144-147.
    • “In Other Words” : poem. BITTER OLEANDER . Vol. 12, No.2 (2006); 78-79.
    • “Glass Map” ; poem. COURT GREEN, Vol. 3 (2006); 21.
    • “Insects, Vermin, Pests” : poem. BLACK CLOCK. Vol. 6 (2006); 73-76.
    • “e(ye)-mail” : poem. HARPUR PALATE. Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter, 2007); 122.
    • “e(rotic)-mail” : poem. HARPUR PALATE. Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter, 2007); 123.
    • “That Was Another Patrick Lawler” ; poem. MCSWEENEY’S: THE POETRY CHAINS OF DOMINIC LUXFORD (2007); 61-62.
    • “Patrick Lawler Remembers Patrick Lawler” ; poem. MCSWEENEY’S: THE POETRY CHAINS OF DOMINIC LUXFORD (2007); 63-65.
    • “Wonder” ; poem. DOUBLE TAKE. (Fall/Winter 2007); 88.
    • “Beginning: The Mind” : poem. MARGINALIA. Volume 3, Issue 2 (Fall 2007) 54-55.
    • “Shocking Proof of Life After Death” : poem. SHAMPOO Issue 32 (Spring, 2008) www.ShampooPoetry.com
    • “Exhale” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 14. No. 1. (Spring, 2008): 94-96.
    • “Chiasmatic” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 14. No. 1. (Spring, 2008): 97.
    • “Spider” : poem. DIVIDE. Issue 5. (Spring, 2008): 12.
    • “Bus Tour” : poem. DIVIDE. Issue 5. (Spring, 2008): 23.
    • “Swimming with the Dolphins” : poem. DIVIDE. Issue 5. (Spring, 2008): 38.
    • “The Day I Fell in Love with Patrick Lawler” : poem. THE DIAGRAM. Vol. 7.5 (Spring, 2008) www.thediagram.com
    • “Patrick Lawler writes about ‘Patrick Lawler’” : poem. THE DIAGRAM. Vol. 7.5 (Spring, 2008) www.thediagram.com
    • “Brain Damage” : poem. DIODE. Vol. 1 Number 2 (Winter 2008) www.diodepoetry.com
    • “Prologue/ (Wake) ” : poem. DIODE. Vol. 1 Number 2 (Winter 2008) www.diodepoetry.com
    • “(Wake)/ Epilogue” : poem. DIODE. Vol. 1 Number 2 (Winter 2008) www.diodepoetry.com
    • “Seventh Circle” : poem. TWO RIVERS REVIEW. Issue 11 (Spring 2008): 6-19.
    • “Roswell” : poem. KERF. (Fall 2008) : 42-45.
    • “How to b a Man (Figure1)” : poem. AB OVO. Vol.1 Number 2 (Spring/Summer 2008) www.abovopoetry.com
    • “How to b a Man (Step 2)” : poem. AB OVO. Vol.1 Number 2 (Spring/Summer 2008) www.abovopoetry.com
    • “How to b a Man (Materials Needed Section)” : poem. AB OVO. Vol.1 Number 2 (Spring/Summer 2008) www.abovopoetry.com
    • “How to b a Man (Assembly)” : poem. AB OVO. Vol.1 Number 2 (Spring/Summer 2008) www.abovopoetry.com
    • “How to b a Man (Steps 4 & 5)” : poem. AB OVO. Vol.1 Number 2 (Spring/Summer 2008) www.abovopoetry.com
    • “Hummingbird” : poem. BLACKBIRD. Vol. 7 Number 2 (2008) www.blackbird,vcu.edu
    • “Living on Burrowed Time” : poem. BLACKBIRD. Vol. 7 Number 2 (2008) www.blackbird,vcu.edu
    • “Unnatural Selection” : poem, BLACKBIRD. Vol. 7 Number 2 (2008) www.blackbird,vcu.edu
    • “C’est” : poem. E.RATIO Edition 11 (2008) www.eratiopostmodernpoetry.com
    • “Word Tree” : poem. E.RATIO Edition 11 (2008) www.eratiopostmodernpoetry.com
    • “Lonely Undertaker Takes 24 Corpses Home for Company” : Poem-story. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 60.
    • “e(cstasy)-mail” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 61.
    • “e(iditic)-mail” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 63.
    • “e(cydsis)-mail” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 62.
    • “X = X Section 1” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 64.
    • “X = X Section 2” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 65.
    • “Phenomenology of the Flesh” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 66.
    • “Lake” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 67.
    • “Epithalamion” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 68.
    • “Rondel” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 69.
    • “e(nunciated)-mail”: poem. ANTI-POETRY Issue 3 (2009) www.anti-poetry.com
    • “WING = WIND” : Poem. THE ANEMONE SIDECAR. (2009) www.ravennapress.com/anemonesidecar/pdf/chapter_5.pdf p. 10
    • “ROCK = FALLING” : Poem. . THE ANEMONE SIDECAR. (2009) www.ravennapress.com/anemonesidecar/pdf/chapter_5.pdf p. 10
    • “X = X Section 3” : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “X = X Section 4” : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “X = X Section 5” : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “X = X Section 6” : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “X = X Section 7 : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “X = X Section 8” : Poem. BLAZEVOX. (2009) www.blazevox.org/09fl-pl.pdf
    • “Ode to the Nail” : poem. SALT HILL JOURNAL Issue 23 (2009): 108 – 110.
    • “Thank You and Good-bye” : poem. SALT HILL JOURNAL Issue 23 (2009): 115 – 117.
    • “Dearest Akeem Benedicta” : poem. COPPER NICKEL 12 (September, 2009): 46 – 54.
    • “Sedoka” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 2 (2009): 106.
    • “Edison” : chapter from collection of Creative Nonfiction. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 2 (2009): 104 – 105.
    • “Trade World Center 1” : Poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 1 (2010): 28.
    • “Trade World Center 2” : Poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 1 (2010): 29.
    • “Trade World Center 3” Poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 1 (2010): 30.
    • “Trade World Center 4” Poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 1 (2010): 31.
    • “Basilio” : Poem. SCYTHE JOURNAL. VOL. 2 (2010) www.scytheliteraryjournal.com/
    • “Testing. One. Two” : Poem. SCYTHE JOURNAL. VOL. 2 (2010) www.scytheliteraryjournal.com/
    • “How to B a Man (Assembly)” : Poem. SCYTHE JOURNAL. VOL. 2 (2010) www.scytheliteraryjournal.com/
    • “Secret History (Part I)” : Poem. FAULTLINE. Vol. 19 (Spring 2010): 7-9.
    • “Secret History (Part II)” : Poem. FAULTLINE. Vol. 19 (Spring 2010): 86-89.
    • “Secret History (Part III)” : Poem. FAULTLINE. Vol. 19 (Spring 2010): 116-118.
    • "Losing My Voice" ; poem. SOLO CAFÉ 8 &9. (2011): 86-90.
    • “”Prostrate Gland Warmer” : poem.  THE ANEMONE SIDECAR (Chapter 10, 2011): 11-12. www.ravennapress.com/anemonesidecar/pdf/chapter_10.pdf
    • “Thompson-Plaster Electrical Cabinet” : poem.  THE ANEMONE SIDECAR (Chapter 10, 2011): 12-13. www.ravennapress.com/anemonesidecar/pdf/chapter_10.pdf
    • “X=X: 12” DIAGRAM 11.4. (2011) http://thediagram.com/11_4/lawler.html
    • “X=X: 13” DIAGRAM 11.4. (2011) http://thediagram.com/11_4/lawler.html
    • “X=X: 14” DIAGRAM 11.4. (2011) http://thediagram.com/11_4/lawler.html
    • “X=X: 15” DIAGRAM 11.4. (2011) http://thediagram.com/11_4/lawler.html
    • “X=X: 16” DIAGRAM 11.4. (2011) http://thediagram.com/11_4/lawler.html
    • “The Knowles Suggesti-phone” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 2 (2010): 77.
    • “Electro-Metabograph” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 2 (2010): 76.
    • “Toftness Radiation Detector” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 2 (2010): 78.
    • “Orgone Energy Accumulator” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 16 Number 2 (2010): 79.
    • “Dear Dead” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 17 Number 1 (2011): 86.
    • “Dear Dust” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 17 Number 1 (2011): 87.
    • “Dear Scarecrow” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 17 Number 1 (2011): 88.
    • “X = X” (VII – XII) : 6 poems. SKIDROW PENTHOUSE
    • “How to b a Man (Step #7)” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 17 Number 2 (2011): 114.
    • “How to b a Man (Step #13)” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 17 Number 2 (2011): 115.
    • “XIII. Dear N” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 18 Number 1 (2012): 100.
    • “XIX. Dear N” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 18 Number 1 (2012): 101.
    • “XV. Dear Mr. Big Thinker” : poem. SALT HILL JOURNAL Vol. 29 (2012): 15-16.
    • “XVI. Mr. N” : poem. SALT HILL JOURNAL Vol. 29 (2012): 17.
    • “Sweethearts Vanish in Tunnel of Love” : poem.  DEAR SIR. Issue 10 (2012) http:// www.dearsir.org/sites_current_issue_writers_10/patrick_lawler.html
    • “Dead Couple Wed at their Funeral” : poem. DEAR SIR. Issue 10 (2012) http:// www.dearsir.org/sites_current_issue_writers_10/patrick_lawler.html
    • “XIX. Dear N” : poem. SKIDROW PENTHOUSE. Number 14 (2012): 248-249.
    • “X = X” : five poems.  DIODE.
    • “Dear Stone” : poem. TIRAGE MONTHLY. (2012) http://tiragemonthly.com/issue-one.html
    • “Dear Labyrinth” : poem.  TIRAGE MONTHLY. (2012) http://tiragemonthly.com/issue-one.html
    • “Dear Blank” : poem.  TIRAGE MONTHLY. (2012) http://tiragemonthly.com/issue-one.html
    • “Dear Stories” : poem. DIODE.  Vol. 6. Number 2. (Summer, 2013) diodepoetry.com/v6n2/content/lawler_p.html
    • “Dear God” : poem. DIODE.  Vol. 6. Number 2. (Summer, 2013) diodepoetry.com/v6n2/content/lawler_p.html
    • “How to be a Eulogist of Bees” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER.  Vol. 19 Number 2 (2013): 94.
    • “How to be the Blue Saint” : poem. THE BITTER OLEANDER.  Vol. 19 Number 2 (2013): 95.
    • “Dear Bose-Einstein Condensate” : poem.  BLACKBIRD. Vol.13 Number 2 (Fall, 2014): http://www.blackbird.vcu.edu/v13n2/poetry/lawler_p/bose_page.shtml
    • “Lessons on How to Become a Bee: Spiritual Exercises” poem. MAP POINTS. Vol. 1, Issue 1. (Summer, 2014): 44-50.
  • Film Scripts
    • SCRIPT TEASE (A series of experimental short shorts) 2001.
    • THE VANISHING BUS (A short film script) 2008.
    • A DROWNING MAN IS NEVER TALL ENOUGH (A feature length script based on Underground: Notes Toward an Autobiography) Written with Theodore Schaeffer. 2014.
    • WHEN I START LYING TO MY PSYCHOLOGIST, THAT’S WHEN I KNOW I’M GETTING BETTER (A short film script) Written with Theodore Schaeffer. 2014.
    • TAKING A TOLL: THE LIFE AND LIFE OF GILBERT BOOTH (A feature length script) Written with Theodore Schaeffer. 2014.
    • SINGING TO THE EARTH UNTIL A TREE GROWS (A short ecofilm script—currently in production.) Written with Theodore Schaeffer. 2014.
  • Radio Interview:
  • Translations:
  • Reviews:
    • “Carta Marina: A Poem in Three Parts” : Review of Ann Fisher-Wirth. ISLE. Vol. 17. Issue 1 (Winter 2010) : 214 – 215.
    • “Undreaming" ; review/poem of Michael Burkard’s Unsleeping. PROVINCETOWN ARTS. Vol. 16 (2001-2002) : 115.
  • Editor:
    • WORD OUT Editor from 1989-1990
    • MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING : Journal. Vol. 8. No. 1. (Winter, 2008) Ecopoetry Editor. Pp. 13 – 35.
    • MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING : Journal. Vol. 9. No. 1 (Winter, 2009) Drama Editor
    • MANY MOUNTAINS MOVING : Journal. Vol. 10 No. 1 (Winter, 2010) Ecopoetry Editor
    • STONE CANOE (2014) Fiction Editor
  • Interview:
    • THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 45 - 57.
    • “Q & A with Patrick Lawler” : Interview. SALT HILL JOURNAL Issue 23 (2009): 111 – 114.
    • Joe Milford Poetry Show.  Interview and Reading.  1 ½ Hours.  www.blogtalkradio.com/joe-milford-show/2009/11/16/joe-milford-hosts-patrick-lawler-1
    • Interview with Brian Brodeau regarding poem “How to b a Man (Assembly)”.  howapoemhappens.blogspot.com/2011/01/patrick-lawler.html
    • Interview with Joelle Jameson at AWP Chicago (2012): cyberstationlive.com/highvolumes
  • Featured Author:
    • THE BITTER OLEANDER. Vol. 15 Number 1 (Spring 2009): 45 - 75.
  • Anthologies:
    • "Aftermath: A Way of Counting" ; poem. ANTHOLOGY OF MAGAZINE VERSE & YEARBOOK OF AMERICAN POETRY, ed. Alan Pater, 259. Beverly Hills, CA: Monitor Book Company, Inc., 1985.
    • "Veterans Hospital" ; poem. ANTHOLOGY OF MAGAZINE VERSE & YEARBOOK OF AMERICAN POETRY, ed. Alan Pater, 289. Beverly Hills, CA: Monitor Book Company, Inc., 1988.
    • "How Do You Put a Lake in a Casket" ; poem. ENVIRONMENT: ESSENCE AND ISSUE, ed. Jim Villani, 78, Youngstown, OH: Pig Iron Press, 1992.
    • "Jacque Cousteau After Becoming a Fish Visits Melville Who Has Become the Sea" ; poem. SHADE: AN ANTHOLOGY, ed. David Dodd Lee, 132. New York City, NY: Four Way Books, 2003.
    • "Ed McMahon Meets Marcel Duchamp Through the Mails" ; poem. SHADE: AN ANTHOLOGY, ed. David Dodd Lee, 133. New York City, NY: Four Way Books, 2003.
    • "Blake Watches Mr. Milton's Angels Burning in Madame Curie's Hair" ; poem. SHADE: AN ANTHOLOGY, ed. David Dodd Lee, 136. New York City, NY: Four Way Books, 2003.
    • "H. D. Imagiste and Edward Lorenze Discover a Butterfly in Brazil" ; poem. SHADE: AN ANTHOLOGY, ed. David Dodd Lee, 137. New York City, NY: Four Way Books, 2003.
    • “Living on Burrowed Time” : poem. THE 2009 RHYSLING ANTHOLOGY (2009): 130 – 132.
    • “Hummingbird” poem.  ECOPOETRY: A CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ANTHOLOGY, Trinity University Press. 2013.
  • Books, Plays, and Art Work Reviewed:
    • Child Sings in the Womb—a poetry collection reviewed by Grace Cavalieri for Washington Independent Review of Books online. http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/features/july-exemplars-poetry-reviews-by-grace-cavalieri1 (2014)

    • Child Sings in the Womb—a poetry collection reviewed by Martin Abramson for Poet-Lit online— http://poet-lit.blogspot.com/2014/06/child-sings-in-womb.html.  Originally in Book/Mark Quarterly (Winter/spring, 2014) 7-8.

    • The Meaning of If—a short story collection reviewed by Kyle St. Claire in the Bucks County Herald (June 5, 2014) A11.

    • Rescuers of Skydivers Search Among the Cloud—a novel reviewed by Jennifer Dane Clements online (http://asitoughttobe.com/2013/12/23/a-review-of-patrick-lawlers-rescuers-of-skydivers-search-among-the-clouds/) (2014).

    • Rescuers of Skydivers Search Among the Clouds –a novel reviewed by Sessily Watt in the online journal Bookslut (www.bookslut.com/fiction/2013_01_019767.php) (2013).

    • Rescuers of Skydivers Search Among the Clouds –a novel reviewed by Michaux Dempster in the online journal Blackbird (www.blackbird.vcu.edu/v12n1/nonfiction/dempster_m/search_page.shtml) (2013).

    • “Hummingbird” in The Ecopoetry Anthology (Edited by Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street)—reviewed by Tom Lavoie for Shelf Awareness. http://www.shelf-awareness.com/readers-issue.html?issue=185#m3492 (2013)

    • (reading a burning book)--a collection of poetry reviewed by Stephen Mounkhall in American Letters & Commentary--Tenth Anniversary Issue. (1998).
    • (reading a burning book)--a collection of poetry reviewed by Sean Dougherty in Salt Hill Journal, (Summer, 1996).
    • “Mock Vanity” (Collaborative Art Project with Kim Waale) reviewed in Syracuse New Times (1996).
    • “Mock Vanity” (Collaborative Art Project with Kim Waale) reviewed in Syracuse Herald American Star (1996).
    • "Tooth Rattle" (Collaborative Art Project with Kim Waale) reviewed by Alis Wintle Sefick. "Let's Get Together" Syracuse New Times., Nov.1-8, 1995.
    • "Another Story" (Collaborative Art Project with Kim Waale) reviewed by Monica Anke Koenig. "Rites Rooted in Rebirth and Ritual," Syracuse Herald American Stars, May 28, 1995.
    • (reading a burning book) --a collection of poetry reviewed by Brent Goodman. Sycamore Review, Summer 1995.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough (A collection of poetry) reviewed by Susan Shapiro. "Soft Focus," Newsday, Aug. 5, 1990.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough reviewed by Linda Loomis. "A Teacher Who Writes; A Writer Who Teaches," Liverpool Review, Etc., March 14, 1990.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough reviewed by Russ Tarby. "The Sharper Image," Syracuse New Times, March 7, 1990.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough reviewed by James McKeever. "Poetry that is Dangerous," The Post-Standard, Jan. 31, 1990.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough reviewed by Pat Monaghan. Booklist, Jan. 1, 1990.
    • A Drowning Man is Never Tall Enough reviewed by Susan Thornton. "Poetry Belongs to All," Syracuse Herald American, Dec. 10, 1989.
    • "Voice/Box" (A play) reviewed by James MacKillop. "Open Mike Night," Syracuse New Times, Dec. 7-14, 1988.

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