Thea Brown

Originally from the Hudson Valley in New York, Thea Brown is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she was a Truman Capote Fellow. Recent poems can be found in Bennington Review, Conjunctions, Oversound, and elsewhere. She is the author of the chapbook We Are Fantastic (Petri Press 2013) and the full-length collection Think of the Danger (H_NGM_N 2016). She lives in Baltimore, where she was the 2016–2017 Tickner Fellow at the Gilman School, a 2016 Rubys Artist Project Grant awardee, and the recipient of a 2017 UCross Foundation fellowship.

Industrial Architect by Thea Brown

    If  only an  __X__  distracted  by arrangement, if  only my eyelashes singed clean by work, arrangement,  this like no one  remembers  training  regression.  It’s hard  to see  my own  complicity,  so  I  don’t  usually.  I  just walk around. Heated  enough,  rearranging  love  and  money,  which  is never   one  […]

The Weather by Thea Brown

    August one late rain-dark  all lingering  water pulled  heavy to the ground, familiar  and  rundown hill to harbor so  later rising light  meets air conscience cleared, simple fix, fizz or one  easy air  is   pleasure  wrung out, is  all  morning  was yellower,  recasting  local  hotel  gutted  brick, to […]