Published in Journals



Happy to start off the New Year 2021 with a poem published in MacQueen’s Quinterly, inspired by Emily Carr’s “Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky,” 1931, which appears below my poem.

A poem published in Thimble Literary Magazine, inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting “At the Rodeo, New Mexico,” 1919. This poem has a special place in my heart, because when writing it, I was reminded of my husband Lou George, who died many years ago, but who shortly after I met him invited me to a dirt track car race. I'd never been to one, but he'd done that kind of racing back in the day.  

A poem responding to John Di Leonardo’s “NudeStudy” in The Ekphrastic Review.

A poem in Sheila-Na-Gig Online, inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s “Zinnias,” 1921. 

A poem published in the Fall Issue of HeartWood Literary Magazine.

A prose poem in the Fall Issue of Still: The Journal.

Had my first ever visual poems published in Indianapolis Review.

A poem on p. 55 in the Summer issue #45 of https://Tipton Poetry Journal.

A poem inspired by a Georgia O'Keeffe's 1925 painting titled “Red and Brown Leaves” in Salamander.


Two poems published in Tab: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics, one inspired by Frida Kahlo’s 1932 painting titled “Henry  Ford Hospital (The Flying Bed),” and the other by Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1938 painting “Two Jimson Weeds.” (pages 12-14)

A poem inspired by Frida Kahlo’s 1937 painting “My Nurse and I” was published in Mom Egg Review.

A found poem composed from words in the poem “Brown Leaf” by Lia Purpura was published at Panoply: A Literary Zine.  


My poem “Georgia O’Keeffe’s Lake George with Crows, 1921” was published in the fifth anniversary issue of  Gyroscope Review on page 11.

My poem "Frida Kahlo's The Wounded Deer, 1946" was published in the “body issue” of South Broadway Ghost Society, an online literary and arts journal based in Denver, Colorado.     


This is a video of me reading my poem, “The Onset,” which I wrote for the “Postcards from the Pandemic: A Cincinnati Poetry Month Project,” which current Cincinnati Poet Laureate Manuel Iris, and Poet Laureate Emeritus Pauletta Hansel, collaborated on:  The Onset.  Here’s the text of the poem:  Poems from the Pandemic. This poem is dedicated to my mother, Vivian Margaret Riedinger, who died on March 16, 2020, the same night as the President announced a need for social distancing. 


 The Dark, a Downy Eye” in Unlost, a Journal of Found Poetry & Art and “In the net of dusk” in Unlost Journal

“What You Dread” and “What You Saved” in Charge Magazine


"Sombreness Sunlit, Emily Carr, 1938-40" in Juniper, A Poetry Journal      

“Georgia O’Keeffe’s Series I, No, 8, 1919”  in Thimble Literary Magazine.   
  

“Specsin  SWWIM


“Impression” in  Valparaiso Poetry Review  


“Listen” in Verse Daily


“Listening” in Still: The Journal


 “Vigils” in Still: The Journal


Eve Takes to the Air,In Sleep’s Cape,“In the Well,” “Lip of the Well,” & “The Wait”  in Heron Tree


“Monet’s The Magpie, 1872” in The Ekphrastic Review


 “Emily Carr’s Forest, British Columbia, 1931-2” in The Ekphrastic Review Jan 2018


“Georgia O’Keeffe’s Pattern of Leaves or Leaf Motif #3, 1923-4” in The Ekphrastic Review Jan 2019


“Georgia O’Keeffe’s Nude Series VIII, watercolour, 1917” in Ekphrastic Review


“Dream Brood” in Sliver of Stone


“All night I walked” in 3 Elements Review


Haiku, a found poem composed from Tomas Tranströmer's poem "Morning Bird Songs" in concis


 “Bearing Witness” in  America Magazine


“Dream Room of You” in  Rogue Agent


“Memorypillowed Sleep” in  Blast Furnace


“Consider the Female Walrus” in  Lime Hawk


 “Ode to Color” in  Intima

Inscription in Frida Kahlo’s Masterpieces, Half Price Books” in  Star 82 Review



“Alaskan Cruise Haibun” in Blue Lyra Review

“Last Time We Shared a Bed” in Slippery Elm Literary Journal

“Chairs with Views” and “Molting” in Blast Furnace Press

 “Aperture” in:  qarrtsiluni

“Conversations” in The Cortland Review:   Cortland Review


“Dilemmas,” “Impulse to Judge,” “Homogenization,” “Monet’s Ice Floes on the Seine at Bougival, 1867,” and “The Older I Get, the More I Question” in Aeqai, Art For a Better World



Published Short Stories:

“Cornerstone” in Still: The Journal (2014 Fiction Contest Judge's Choice)http://www.stilljournal.net/karen-georgecontest2014.php


“Taking Count” in The Adirondack Review:   http://www.theadirondackreview.com/karengeorge.html


“Lifty” in The Barcelona Reviewhttp://www.barcelonareview.com/44/e_kg.htm



 Published Non-Fiction:



“Beauty and Sorrow” in Atticus Review.

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