Melissa Crowe

Melissa Crowe is the author of Dear Terror, Dear Splendor (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019); her work has appeared in the Atlanta Review, Crab Orchard Review, Florida Review, and Seneca Review, among other journals. She’s coordinator of the MFA program at UNCW and co-editor of Beloit Poetry Journal.


An Introduction to Melissa Crowe by dawn lonsinger

    Melissa Crowe is a curator of hauntings, of what lodges itself dead center in the chest, be it something marvelous, “your days—dawn-dark, full of promise,” or something disconcerting, “towers collapsing/ and collapsing.” In her poems we encounter a world that cannot be easily comprehended or classified or sated, […]