Upcoming Readings

Open Door Reading Series: Xandria Phillips, S. Yarberry & kiki nicole

- The Poetry Foundation (zoom), Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 7:00 PM–8:00 PM

Interviews

Bent into Myth A Conversation with jayy dodd

-The Adroit Journal 

Guest Post/Poet: S. Yarberry Interviews Kiki Petrosino

-Hell’s Printing Press (The Blog of the Blake Archive and Blake Quarterly)

Guest Post/Poet: S. Yarberry Interviews S. Brook Corfman

-Hell’s Printing Press (The Blog of the Blake Archive and Blake Quarterly)

Guest post/poet: S. Yarberry Interviews Aditi Machado

- Hell’s Printing Press (The Blog of the Blake Archive and Blake Quarterly)


Standardizing the Vernacular: Jos Charles Interviewed by S. Yarberry

- BOMB Magazine


S. Yarberry is a trans poet and writer. Their poetry has appeared in Tin House, Indiana Review, The Offing, Redivider, jubilat, Notre Dame Review, The Boiler, miscellaneous zines, among others. Their other writings can be found in Bomb Magazine, The Adroit Journal, and Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly. They currently serve as the Poetry Editor of The Spectacle. S. has their MFA in Poetry from Washington University in St. Louis and is now a PhD candidate in literature at Northwestern University.

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CONTACT 
ssyarberry at gmail dot com
extended bio

Extended Bio 



for questions & queries
email Smith at ssyarberry at gmail dot com


S. Yarberry is a trans poet and writer.

Their poems have appeared in, or are forthcoming in, Redivider, Pinwheel, The Afternoon Visitorpulpmouth, Tin HouseIndiana Review, The Offing, Berkeley Poetry Review, The Washington Post’s The Lily Magazine, Nat Brut, jubilat, Burnside Review, DREGINALD, The Notre Dame Review, Cape Cod Poetry Review, The Boiler, Ghost City PressSixth FinchTouchstone Magazine, FIVE:2:ONE‘s #thesideshow, and miscellaneous zines.

Their articles and interviews have appeared in BOMB magazine, The Adroit Journal, and Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly. Smith’s fiction, an excerpt from their novella in-progress The Balloon Factroy, can be read at 17th Street Review

Smith’s first book of poems, A Boy in the City, is forthcoming from Deep Vellum. Details to come! 

Their work is also anthologized in Queer Voices: Prose, Poetry, and Pride, from Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2019.

They graduated from Lewis & Clark College in 2016 and recently received their MFA in Poetry at Washington University in St. Louis, where they held the Junior Teaching Fellowship in Poetry (2019-2020). They are now a PhD candidate at Northwestern University where they are a Mellon Cluster Fellow in Poetry & Poetics. 

S. is currently the Poetry Editor of The Spectacle and the Poetry Coordinator at the MFA App Review. For questions regarding the MFA App Review, or to get involved, please email them at mfaappreview at gmail dot com. 

They have also taught at The Fir Acres Creative Writing Workshop at Lewis & Clark College and The Loft Literary Center.  


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Past Readings




 

Boneshaker Books: Queer Voices Author Event, Minneapolis, 2019


Milkweed Books: S. Yarberry & S. Brook Corfman, Minneapolis, 2019

FOAM: S. Yarberry, Red Samaniego, & Matthew Klane, St. Louis, 2019

Berkeley Poetry Review Launch at Moe’s Books:

Sophia Dahlin, Angel Dominguez & S. Yarberry, 2019

Selected Performer, Crossing the Borders of Creation and Critique Conference, Washington University in St. Louis, 2019

Selected Performer, &Now: New Writing Conference, 2018

Invited Reader, Juicy Fruit Queer Gallery Show & Reading, St. Louis, MO, 2018

Invited Reader & Speaker, “The Body” Reading & Panel Discussion, Washington University School of Medicine, 2018

Invited Reader, Washington University in St. Louis LGBTQ+ Reading Series, 2017 & 2018

Invited Reader, The Loop Arts Festival, St. Louis, 2018

Invited Reader, Intermedia Arts Queer Reading Series, 2017

Invited Reader, 555 Reading, Minneapolis, 2017

Invited Reader, Twin Cities Poetry Festival, 2017 




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