Maria Terrone

Maria Terrone

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Maria Terrone is the author of the poetry collections Eye to Eye (Bordighera Press, 2014); A Secret Room in Fall (McGovern Prize, Ashland Poetry Press) and The Bodies We Were Loaned (The Word Works), as well as a chapbook American Gothic, Take 2 (Finishing Line Press). Her work, which has been published in French and Farsi and nominated four times for a Pushcart Prize, has appeared in magazines including Poetry, Ploughshares, Hudson Review, and Poetry International and in more than 20 anthologies.  She was one of 10 Queens-based authors commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum to write an essay for its performance project, “stillspotting  nyc.”

Contributions by Maria Terrone

Spring 2015 Issue

Diana at the Salon

Intricate equipment suspended
from above descends
to warm her skull…

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Spring 2015 Issue

Closed For Now

Before my travels, I rip away the magazine label
so no one will see my name, as if this useless
reflex could protect me…

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March 1997 Issue


Poems heavy with rejection
sink into a trashbin
clearly marked for recycling —
my discarded lines no longer….

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