"In the face of ecological meltdown, art gains extra urgency and Jennifer L. Knox is one of our most urgent ecological poets. In the face of the Anthropocene—the geological era in which we are living, when human activity has irreparably damaged the earth—Knox laments our losses and celebrates what we have left. Her creativity—with its obsession with extinction—is driven, like much creativity, by death, but is animated with an unmistakable life force. The humor and sadness in each of her poems invites the reader to mourn what can never be regained, environmentally, and also to make the most of whatever it is that remains."
—Kathleen Rooney, O, Democracy!
American Poetry Review
"Imagine Our Parks" commissioned by the Academy of American Poets & the National Parks Department
Love's Executive Order
Open Letters Monthly
Poems in Which
"Humor, Poetry & Privilege," Indolent Books
A Tribute to Galway Kinnell, Los Angeles Review of Books
"Russell Edson, A Portrait in Ellipses," Best American Poetry Blog
"The Book Report: 'Snow Bird Blood,'" Vol 1 Brooklyn
Red Riding vs True Detective, Press Play
"The Poem Is Always in Your Hometown," Atticus Review
INTERVIEWS OF JEN
The Des Moines Register
The Iowa Informer
A great podcast interview with Mark Metcalf
(AKA Douglas C. Niedermeyer) who reads "Yowl of the Obese Spaniel"
A Q & A from PLEASE EXCUSE THIS POEM
JEN INTERVIEWING OTHER POETS
HEAR ME! HEAR ME!
The New Yorker
Poem-a-Day for the Academy of American Poets 1 2 3
Zócalo Public Square
NYC Greenmarket Poetry Series
MORE ESSAYS & FICTION
"The Western's New Revisionism," Press Play
Dead Poets I'd Like to F*k: Walt Whitman, Poetry Crush
"The Book Report: 'All About Parakeets,'" Vol 1 Brooklyn
"Who Says?" Best American Poetry Blog
Let's Go Away for Awhile
Burt in the Blood
Birds Do Do It