POETRY

 

See below for a selection of Max's published poetry.


Collections

Milkweed Editions
Four Reincarnations

Poetry Society of America
AEONS

POEMS

The New Yorker
Poem to My Litter, (short animation on WNYC)

Poetry Magazine
The Big Loser
Dawn of Man

Boy Goes to War
The Soundscape of Life Is Charred by Tiny Bonfires
The Hope Chest
The TV Then Spoke of a Plague Afflicting the Machines

Boston Review
Seven Poems, (short animation of "Afternoon" on WNYC) :
   Afternoon
   Poem about You Being Perfect and Me Being Afraid
   Radiation in New Jersey, Convalescence in New York
   The Senses
   Black Bulls
   Anatomic and Hydraulic Chastity

Three Poems
   Tuesday
   Nobody Asked Anything
   Quiet Romance

The Yale Review
Living It Up

Name My Time of Death and See What I Do to You

Poets.org
Cachexia

Touching the Floor

The Iowa Review
Poem Set in the Day and in the Night

Leisure-Loving Man Suffers Untimely Death

Dinner in Los Angeles, Raining in July

Parnassus Poetry in Review
The Final Voicemails / Down with the Landlord

Self Portrait as Jesus / Earthquake Country Before Final Chemotherapy

Literary Hub
The End

Aunt Fire

Plume
The Curve

Mommy Harangues Poor Randal / To Randal, Crow-Stealer, Lord of the Greenhouse

First Act of Self Adoration / Funeral Barge for the Supervising Engineer / The Conqueror / My Chair / Centaur Music

Send a Search Party / First Snowfall / A Final Walk with my Nephew
 

Poetry Northwest
Plush Bunny / For Crow

Field
Uncle Needle / December 29 (print only)

Saint Anne's Review
Sky-Sex Dreams of Randal (print only)

Berfrois
Time / My New Friend

Holding Hands / Mom

The Journal
The Blimp

Los Angeles Review of Books (print only)
Poem to My Dog, Monday, On Night I Accidentally Ate Meat

Best American Poetry
Aubade

The Grief Diaries
The Extra

Horsethief
Your Next Date Alone

My Bathtub Pal

Love Poem for Hera

Poets/Artists
To The Hands of My Painter

Yale Literary Magazine
Mount MyShrinks

 Postcards from Mount Blanc 

Chronogram
Tages

His Majesty the Baby Literary Magazine
Randal and His Limitations