Alison Granucci — A Portfolio of Poetry


Alison Granucci is a poet, writer, and naturalist living in the Hudson Valley. In 2005, she founded Blue Flower Arts, the first literary speaker’s agency in this country to represent poets—and upon retiring in 2020 began to write poetry herself. Her poems are featured or forthcoming in RHINO (2nd Place, Editor’s Prize),, About Place Journal, Plant-Human Quarterly, Subnivean (Poetry Award fnalist), EcoTheo Review, Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Great River Review, The Dewdrop, and the anthology, Little by Little, the Bird Builds Its Nest; her essay “Teacher Bird” was a nonfiction finalist in phoebe: A Journal of Literature and Art. In 2023, Alison was an Artist-in-residence at Trail Wood, homestead of naturalist Edwin Way Teale, and in 2022 she received the first annual Vicious Circle Award from The Poetry Society of New York for her contributions to the world of poetry. Currently at work on her first poetry collection and co-editing an anthology of new bird writing with J. Drew Lanham, she serves as a reader for The Rumpus and sits on the board of the Hellbender Gathering of Poets for environmental writing.Find her on Instagram: #alisongranucci and read more at her website: