Daisy Fried

Daisy Fried is the author of four books of poetry: The Year the City Emptied: After Baudelaire, Women’s Poetry: Poems and AdviceMy Brother is Getting Arrested Again, and She Didn’t Mean to Do It. She has been awarded Guggenheim, Hodder and Pew Fellowships, is poetry editor for the journal Scoundrel Time, occasionally reviews poetry for the New York Times and elsewhere, and is member of the faculty of the Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers. She lives in Philadelphia.
  • Quickies in Widowhood with three instances of laughter (one not narrated), two instances of crying

    Amid the whiteness of cheeses, corn puffs,
  • The Deposition

    I get to school early, take down the crucifix.
  • On Ross Gay’s Likely Dispassion

    When is dispassion in a poem more passionate than heat?
    Issue #98 October 2019
  • A Snow Woman

    A window on a side yard in winter.