Angela Voras-Hills



"Ode to Foodstamps." Crab Orchard Review. Forthcoming.

"Splendor," Poetry Northwest. Spring 2019.

"Time of My Life." Rattle. Winter 2018.

"Reflex." Aquifer: The Florida Review Online. Winter 2018.

"Rabbit in the Road." Bramble. Fall 2017.

"On My Way Home." Sugar House Review. Summer 2017.

"Confessional" & "Controlled Burn." Arkansas International. Spring 2017.

"Watching Nature on PBS." New Ohio Review. Fall 2016. 

"Self-Portrait as a Cat Trapped in a Motel Room." The Journal. Summer 2016.

"Abandoned Nest." Salamander. Spring/Summer 2016.

"All-Inclusive Trip to the Land of Milk & Honey." Sycamore Review. Winter 2015.

"Detour." Boxcar Poetry Review. Winter 2015.

"In the Beginning" & "On the Eve of the Death of the Patron Saint of Those Whose Lives are Lost to Something Science Can't Explain." Memorious Journal. Summer 2015.

"Camouflage." Tinderbox. Spring 2015

"Home (iv)" & "Growing Season." The Harlequin. Winter 2014.

"When We Were Prey to Nothing" & "Maps of Places Drawn to Scale." The Adroit Journal. 

“Preserving.” Best New Poets Anthology of 2013. Fall 2013.

Wait in the Bathtub & It Will Carry You” & “In Which I Hoard the Air Escaping.” Post Road. Fall 2013.

“Muss Es Sein? Es Muss Sein!” & “Retrospective.” Hayden’s Ferry Review. Fall 2013.

but I to you of a white goat,” “If December,” & “Encourage Birds.” Vinyl Poetry. Spring 2013.

At the Periphery, Where Life Hums.” Verse Wisconsin. Spring 2013.

If You Give a Chimp a Gin and Tonic,” “A Drain Full of Eels,” & “Apple Picking.” Eleven Eleven. Winter 2013.

“Painting the Garage” & “Bake Sales, Anyway.” Midwestern Gothic. Winter 2013.

Unfurling.” Linebreak. December 2012.

Nothing to Undo That Can’t Be Done Again” &Chateaubriand.” Kenyon Review Online. Winter 2012.

Krakow & “Dear Abby.” Barnstorm. Winter 2012.

“Itch,” Cimarron Review. Fall 2011. (Also on Inknode.)

“Commuting” & “Screening.” Breakwater Review. September 2010. 

“Condemned,” The Watermark. Vol. xviii, 2009.

“Driving in the Rain,” Fox Cry Review. Vol. 30, 2004.




"Krakow," "Itch," "Unfurling," "Bake Sales, Anyway," "Preserving," & an essay: "Rod McKuen Saves the World." Poets on Growth. Math Paper Press.  Summer 2015.

"Itch." New Poetry from the Midwest. New American Press. Spring 2015.

“Water, Water Everywhere” & “Alarm.” Echolocations Anthology. Cowfeather Press. Fall 2013.




Interview with Michael Bazzett for Arts + Literature Laboratory

"Rod McKuen Saves the World (Why I Write Poems)"

"Conversation with Kenyon Review"

"Literary Boroughs #22: Madison, WI" for Ploughshares

Guest Blog Post: "Don’t Quit Your Day Job: How Busy People Make Time to Write"

"Flavorwire: 14 Great Poets on Their Favorite Love Poems"

PERMS (short fiction), Mary Journal, St. Mary College. Spring 2006.