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Clark, Patricia. "Juicing Your Mojo: Writing Occasional Poems." Grand Valley Review 36 (2011): 19-25.


Clark, Patricia. "Occurrence with an Elephant Head." Unsplendid,no. 2 (2011). http://www.unsplendid.com/3-2/3-2_clark_occurrence_frames.htm.


Clark, Patricia. "Perfect, Really, My Smokejumper." In Our Own Words: A Journal About Women, no. 9 (2011): 17.


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Clark, Patricia. "Tell Me Again Why Western State Hospital for the Criminally Insane Should Not Frighten Me." Escape into Life (2011), http://www.escapeintolife.com/poetry/patricia-clark/.


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Haven, Chris. “To Wyoming.” South Dakota Review. 49 (2011). 188.

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Haven, Chris. “Janis Joplin’s Eulogy to the Graduating Class of Thomas Jefferson High in Port Arthur, Texas, 1960.” Linebreak. April 19, 2011. http://linebreak.org/poems/janis-joplins-eulogy-to-the-graduating-class-of-thomas-jefferson-high-in-port-arthur-texas-1960.

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Horrocks, Caitlin. This Is Not Your City. Louisville, KY: Sarabande Books, 2011.

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Huey, Amorak. “Self-Portrait as History of the Blues.” Fugue 41 (Summer/Fall 2011). 140-45.

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Huey, Amorak. “The Tight Rope Walker Gets High.” Bluestem Magazine (September 2011). http://www.bluestemmagazine.com/?p=1063

Huey, Amorak. “Lines Composed on the Campus of Orta Do─ču Teknik Üniversitesi.” Thin Air 17 (2011).

Huey, Amorak. “To the Fathers of the First Great American Bluesmen.” The Southeast Review 29, no. 2 (Fall 2011). 19.

Huey, Amorak. “13 Ways of Listening to the Blues,” Rougarou 6, no. 1 (Fall 2011). http://english.louisiana.edu/rougarou/currentIssue/p-Huey_13Ways.html.

Huey, Amorak. “Precautions Against Altitude Sickness,” Carolina Quarterly 61, no. 2 (Fall 2011). 30-33.

Huey, Amorak. “The Globe of Death Motorcyclist Faces His Worst Spheres,” Carolina Quarterly 61, no. 2 (Fall 2011). 30-33.

Huey, Amorak. “The Men at the Block Party” Carolina Quarterly 61, no. 2 (Fall 2011). 30-33.

Huey, Amorak. “The Letter X Imagines His Funeral.” Carolina Quarterly 61, no. 2 (Fall 2011). 30-33.

Huey, Amorak. “Big Bill Broonzy in Amsterdam.” Prime Number Magazine no. 13 (October-December 2011). http://www.primenumbermagazine.com/Issue13_Poetry_AmorakHuey.html.

Huey, Amorak. “Johnny Winter in Stockholm.” Prime Number Magazine no. 13 (October-December 2011). http://www.primenumbermagazine.com/Issue13_Poetry_AmorakHuey.html.

Huey, Amorak. “Governor O.K. Allen Considers the Pardon Request of Huddie William Ledbetter.” Prime Number Magazine no. 13 (October-December 2011). http://www.primenumbermagazine.com/Issue13_Poetry_AmorakHuey.html.

Huey, Amorak. “Wade Walton’s Barber Shop.” Crab Orchard Review 16, no. 2 (September 2011). 113.

Huey, Amorak. “April Fools in Love.” Harpur Palate 11, no. 1 (Summer/Fall 2011). 80-81.

Huey, Amorak. “The Clown Fishes for a Compliment.” Indiana Review 33, no. 1 (Summer 2011). 89-90.

Huey, Amorak. “The Unicyclist Wonders If He’s Found the One.” Indiana Review 33, no. 1 (Summer 2011). 89-90.

Huey, Amorak. “The Trapeze Artist Battles Mood Swings.” Permafrost 33 (Summer 2011). 16.

Huey, Amorak. “Death Letter for Son House.” The Mas Tequila Review 3 (Summer 2011). 3.

Huey, Amorak. “The Snoopy Coincidence.” Rabbit Catastrophe Review 2 (July 2011).

Huey, Amorak. “Urban Renewal.” Word Riot (July 2011). http://www.wordriot.org/archives/2901.

Huey, Amorak. “Hansel Takes His Grandchildren to See Where the Candy House Once Stood.” BOXCAR Poetry Review 28 (Summer 2011). http://www.boxcarpoetry.com/028/huey_amorak_001.html.

Huey, Amorak. “The Vampire Tries at Last to Read Twilight on a Cross-Country Flight.” PANK Magazine 6.08 (July 2011). http://www.pankmagazine.com/the-vampire-tries-at-last-to-read-twilight-on-a-cross-country-flight.

Huey, Amorak. “The Aging Country & Western Singer Imagines Her Life as a Series of Fruit Trees.” Weave Magazine 6 (June 2011). 90-91.

Huey, Amorak. “The Sword Swallower Wonders What’s the Point.” Revolution House 1, no. 1 (June 2011). http://www.revolutionhousemag.com/revhouse1-1-june2011.pdf.

Huey, Amorak. “Aubade.” The Michigan Poet (May 2011). http://themichiganpoet.com.

Huey, Amorak. “Blood Returns Always to the Heart Where It Cannot Stay.” H_NGM_N 12 (April 2011). http://www.h-ngm-n.com/h_ngm_n12/amorak-huey.html.

Huey, Amorak. “4 a.m.” The Adroit Journal 1 (Spring 2011). http://www.mediafire.com/?4lna1p8p334x7gr.

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Huey, Amorak. “Anatomy & Physiology: San Francisco.” The Adroit Journal 1 (Spring 2011). http://www.mediafire.com/?4lna1p8p334x7gr.

Huey, Amorak. “Ander Monson and SpongeBob Square Pants in the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” Right Hand Pointing no. 40 (April 2011). https://sites.google.com/site/rhpissue40/amorak-huey.

Huey, Amorak. “Memphis.” The Southern Review 47, no. 2 (Spring 2011). 224.

Huey, Amorak. “The Juggler Tells One of His Girlfriends That Things Are Kind of up in the Air Right Now.” Hiram Poetry Review 72 (Spring 2011). 15.

Huey, Amorak. “Stick Figures in Love.” Ramshackle Review 3 (March 2011). http://ramshacklereview.blogspot.com/2011/03/amorak-huey-three-poems-stick-figures.html.

Huey, Amorak. “This Poem Is Totally About Wallpaper and Not at All About Something Else, Like Breasts.” Ramshackle Review 3 (March 2011). http://ramshacklereview.blogspot.com/2011/03/amorak-huey-three-poems-stick-figures.html.

Huey, Amorak. “Your Marriage Gets Louder as You Get Older.” Ramshackle Review 3 (March 2011). http://ramshacklereview.blogspot.com/2011/03/amorak-huey-three-poems-stick-figures.html.

Huey, Amorak. “After Hours Club.” Subtropics 11/12 (Winter/Spring 2011). 46.

Huey, Amorak. “If It Tastes Like Wine, Tattoo It on Your Forearm.”  kill author 11 (February 2011). http://killauthor.com/issueeleven/amorak-huey.

Huey, Amorak. “How Many Naugas Had to Die So Your Ass Could Fall Asleep in This Overstuffed Chair?” kill author 11 (February 2011). http://killauthor.com/issueeleven/amorak-huey.

Huey, Amorak. “A Death at Pictured Rocks.” The Offending Adam 050.1 (January 2011). http://theoffendingadam.com/2011/02/21/a-death-daffodils-dorothy-visits-a-partial-short-faced-bear.

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Huey, Amorak. “A Partial Short-faced Bear Skeleton with Comments on the Paleobiology of the Species.”  The Offending Adam 050.1 (January 2011). http://theoffendingadam.com/2011/02/21/a-death-daffodils-dorothy-visits-a-partial-short-faced-bear.

Huey, Amorak. “Dorothy Visits the Cyclone in the Convalescence Home for Natural Disasters.” The Offending Adam 050.1 (January 2011). http://theoffendingadam.com/2011/02/21/a-death-daffodils-dorothy-visits-a-partial-short-faced-bear.

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