Rebecca Lehmann

Rebecca Lehmann is the author of the poetry collections Ringer, winner of the 2018 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry and published by University of Pittsburgh Press in 2019, and Between the Crackups (Salt, 2011). Her poetry and nonfiction has been published in Tin House, Boston Review, Ploughshares, Copper Nickel, and featured on The Slowdown with Tracy K. Smith on NPR, The Academy of American Poets Poem-a-Day Project, the New York Public Library Poem in Your Pocket program, Longreads and other venues. She lives in Indiana, where she is Assistant Professor of English at Saint Mary’s College.

  • The End

    Whatever is coming is the end, but not really.
  • The Afterlife

    After life, pelicans glide above a shut- down bridge.