larks found, found/erasure poems using The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson as a source text,
a project for The Poeming / National Poetry Writing Month (April 2023)

Separated Sea, found/erasure poems using Jaws by Peter Benchley as a source text,
a project for The Poeming / National Poetry Writing Month (April 2022)

“For Selena,” Dreaming: A Tribute To Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, FlowerSong Books (August 2020)

Abra,” Chicon Street Poets micro-chap-zine series (Autumn 2019)

Window / Sunshine, found/erasure poems using Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews as a source text, an unfinished project for The Poeming / National Poetry Writing Month (April 2019)

Imagined Subtext from My First Invitation to a Bachelor Party,” Sybil (January 10, 2019)

“Tradition” and “Heliocentrism,” The Chicon Street Poets 2017 Anthology

“Apology,” Us For President (Issue 3) *

“Prometheus and Pandora,” North American Review (Volume 302, Number 2)

“In a Motel Room by the Highway,” and “Missing the Perseid Meteor Shower Again,” 300 Days of Sun (Volume 1, Issue 4) *

The Strange and Comely Unity of Water (MFA thesis manuscript), Texas State University †

“Three Vignettes for the Nativity of the Virgin Mary,” and “If Ye Will Lay Hold Upon Every Good Thing and Condemn It Not,” St. Sebastian Review (Volume 6, Issue 1) *†

And at the Hour,” Pilgrim (April 4, 2013)

“Windfall,” Every Day Poets (February 6, 2013) *†

“Fragment: Abel,” Every Day Poets (January 27, 2013) *†

Lines Between the Freckles (group of ten poems), Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry (Issue 09) †

“Stars, They Say, Aren’t Like Us,” Every Day Poets (December 13, 2012) *†

Saturday,” Pilgrim (December 8, 2012)

“I Dreamed You As Delilah,” Every Day Poets (November 30, 2012) *†


* The publication in which this poem appeared is out of print or defunct, but the poem (or a revised version of it) can be found in my self-printed Backspace: Collected and Revised Poems, 2012-2017. Contact me to obtain a copy.

† This poem/collection was published under the name Timothy Connor Dailey. (Dailey is my mother’s surname. Valdés is my father’s. It’s sort of a long story.)