Poetry

Poetry Collections

In the AbsenceOhio: Turning Point, 2016.

Des liens invisibles/Taut, Invisible Threads. Translations by Sabine Huynh.
France: Recourse au Poeme Editeurs, 2014 (French/English e-book edition).

Review by Joanna Chen (December 21, 2014, English)
Review by Sivan Butler-Rotholz (January 3, 2015, English) 
Review by Marilyne Bertoncini (January 11, 2015, French)           
Review by Matthieu Gosztola (January 16, 2015, French)
Headwind Migration. Ohio: Pudding House Publications, 2009 (chapbook).

Poems

"The Age I Am To Myself," "What Spanish Moss Knows,"
Poet Lore, Fall/Winter 2016
 
"Imprint," "In the Absence," "No Goodbye Never Said," 
YEW, 2015
http://yewjournal.com/fall-2015/dara-barnat-connaught-cullen/

"Records," The Pharos, 2015
http://alphaomegaalpha.org/pharos/PDFs/2015-3-Barnat.pdf
"Prayer For Happiness Found If You Cannot,"
in Happiness: The Delight-Tree, published by 
The United Nations SRC Society of Writers, 2015 
For purchase on Amazon

“At Least Forward Now,” Haaretz English poem of the week, 2014
http://www.haaretz.com/life/culture/poem-of-the-week/1.624521

“Clean Sheets,” Poet Lore, 2014
http://www.writer.org/support/poet-lore/10934

“Prayer I Do Not Know,” “Mourner’s Wish,”
“A Story to Tell,” “Clear History,”
“Steady,” Recours au Poeme, 2013 

http://www.recoursaupoeme.fr/chroniques/dara-barnat/la-r%C3%A9daction

“South to Be’er Sheva,” “Turning Thirty in Tel Aviv,” “Coordinates,”
The Bakery, 2013
http://www.thebakerypoetry.com/writing-from-israel/2/

“What Happens Before Anything,” The Cortland Review, 2013 (with audio)
http://www.cortlandreview.com/issue/60/barnat.php

“Walt Whitman,” “Some Deaths,” diode, 2012 http://www.diodepoetry.com/v5n3/content/barnat_d.html

“Grief’s Language,” “Highway,” The Collagist, 2012
http://thecollagist.com/the-collagist/2012/5/8/griefs-language.html
http://thecollagist.com/the-collagist/2012/5/8/highway.html

“Coordinates,” Flyway, 2012

“Practical Things,” Poet Lore, 2012
http://www.writer.org/page.aspx?pid=1129

“Early Marriage Poem,” Salamander, 2011
http://salamandermag.org/portfolio/issue-16-2/

“The Sound of Bullfrogs,” Poet Lore, 2011
http://www.writer.org/page.aspx?pid=1020

“The Repression of Dandelions,” California Quarterly, 2009

“The Repression of Dandelions,” Sierra Nevada College Review, 2009

“The Secrets of Challah,” 13th Warrior Review, 2008

“To Speak in Glances, ” Aries, 2008

“Growing Vegetables,” Ibbetson Street Press, 2008

“Threads,” Plainsongs, 2008

“Names of Birds,” Crab Orchard Review, 2008
http://craborchardreview.siu.edu/PDF_issues/CORv13n1.pdf

“Impressions of South Africa,” California Quarterly, 2007

“A Brilliant Fish,” Poetalk, 2007

“Ghosts,” Green Hills Literary Lantern, 2007
http://ghll.truman.edu/ghll18toc.html

“We Have Come a Darling Distance,” arc-18, 2006

Poems in Translation 

From French by Sabine Huynh

“The Best Piece of Blue Sky,” “What Happens Before Anything,”
“What Holds,” “Grief’s Language,” “No Goodbye Never Said,”
Terre à ciel, 2017 (English/French)
http://www.terreaciel.net/Dara-Barnat-traduite-par-Sabine-Huynh#.WQbos1OGN-V

“Prayer I Do Not Know,” “Mourner’s Wish,” “A Story to Tell,”
“Clear History,” “Steady,” Recours au Poeme, 2013 
http://www.recoursaupoeme.fr/po%C3%A8tes/dara-barnat

From Hebrew by Gili Haimovich

"Early Marriage," "Imprint," NRG, forthcoming

"Early Marriage," "Imprint," Iton 77, 2016 
"Early Marriage," Makaf, 2015  "In the Absence," "Clean Sheets," 
"South to Beer-Sheva," "At Least Forward Now," Shvo, 2015
"A Brilliant Fish," "Naming the Thing," YNET, 2010
http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3907908,00.html
"Ghosts," "Growing Vegetables," "The Secrets of Challah," Shvo, 2009
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2 thoughts on “Poetry

  1. Hi Dara,
    Just checking in again. We’re doing a revision of our Literature book (into which you didn’t make it for the first edition, alas) and I’d like to see some of your poetry. Please let me know how I can get copies. I hope all’s splendid with you.
    Your old teacher,
    Larry

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