G.C. Waldrep

Waldrep G.C.

G.C. Waldrep’s most recent books are feast gently (Tupelo, 2018), winner of the William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America, and The Earliest Witnesses (Tupelo/Carcanet, 2021).  Recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Poetry, Paris Review, New England Review, Yale Review, Colorado Review, The Nation, New American Writing, Conjunctions, and other journals.  Waldrep lives in Lewisburg, Pa., where he teaches at Bucknell University and edits the journal West Branch.

  • Gertrude Suite, [Mechthild Says God is a Bell] & Lazarus

    Semantic, in the way that interruption is semantic.
  • Wordwell Triptych

    chronic lapse
  • The Authentic Galleries

    Begin again.  Begin with the wound.
  • the primate hospital

    I have raptured the oars.
  • South Hole

    So worship fire.
  • SHALL BEAR UPON HIS SHOULDER IN THE TWILIGHT

    Reaching from history, that alpenglow, towards the dead whose clothes I wear
  • CROYLAND ABBEY

    irrigation or exit
  • Undersong

    lintel/cromlech, arch & splay
  • Exclusive Beautiful Grapheme War

    history means touch, bodies
  • Like Body

    one light series    discrete