Kaye Boesme — Writing
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(Note: My poetry from the 00s is published under my given name. Now, I publish under an older version of my family’s surname, and I reserve my given name for academic work. Use names are useful!)
- “To My Love at Lagrange Point Five” in Kaleidotrope
- “What Remains in the Ruins” in Eternal Haunted Summer
- “Pandora: An Afterthought” in Goblin Fruit
- “CDM” in Astropoetica
- “Generation” in With Painted Words
- “Mississippi Apollo” in Eternal Haunted Summer
- “A Prayer to the Mousai at Taughannock Falls” in Eternal Haunted Summer
- (At one point, I also had a haiku in AlienSkin, but I think it’s no longer on the Internet.)
- “Is My Libation To-Go Cup Authentic? On Modern Hellenic Polytheism and How We Read the Classics” in Eidolon Journal
- “Review – The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World” in Walking the Worlds: A Biannual Journal of Polytheism and Spiritwork, vol. 4(2)
I also have devotional poetry that isn’t intended for publication. It is posted both here and on a religious blog where I write occasional essays on recon Neopaganism.