Firmer GroundDebut hybrid collection of poems and borrowed form. Anxiety Press, 2023
Beth Mulcahy is a poet and writer whose work has appeared various journals. She writes to bridge the gaps between history and the self, between hurt and healing. Beth lives in Ohio with her husband and two children. https://www.bethmulcahywriter.com
Cleveland, OH, United States
Selected work (50 publications)
I Have Something to Say About PotatoesI love meat and potatoes like a good Irish girl the tuber ties of my DNA are deep and distant
The Board of Directors of Your LifeThe Board of Directors of Your Life, d/b/a “you,” met at the regularly scheduled time in the predetermined recesses of your mind to discuss the status of Your Life and all relevant pending issues related thereto.
The ShawlIf you bury your face in it and breathe very deeply you can still smell the woman whose shoulders it once kept warm.
Phone Notes from Dizzying HeightsHave you ever watched the sunset at cloud level? Watched it dip below the cloudline while you were right there with it, right there in it? There is enough fog in the afternoon to necessitate lights on the runway as the plane takes off. The drops
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