I don’t know and there’s the pain…
But we’ll part and say goodbye
To what we had because we’ve found
That somehow something must’ve died
That somehow something’s not around
We’ll never meet again.
- Primarily a formalist poet, Juleigh Howard-Hobson (born 1963
in England) has simultaneously written literary fiction, genre
work, non-fiction essays and articles, purposely blunting the
modern 'brandable' concept of artistic obligation to any single
form or movement.
Recognition for her poetry spans decades, from the 1980 ANZAC
Day Award (under her maiden name Juleigh Howard-Hunt) to
nominations for both Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize.
Individual poems have appeared in scores of venues, across the
globe, including The Lyric, Candelabrum, Able Muse, The Flea,
Flipside Magazine, Qarrtsiluni, Autonom, Mezzo Cammin, The
Chimaera, Fourteen Magazine, New Witch, The Raintown Review, Hip
Mama Magazine, Mobius, Hex Magazine, 14 by 14, The Hyper
Texts, The Barefoot Muse, Umbrella, Poemeleon,
Soundzine, Caduceus: The Poets at Art Place Vol 8 (Yale
University), 2008 Poets' Guide To New Hampshire (NH
State Poetry Society), The Best of the Barefoot Muse
(Barefoot Pub), Poem, Revised: 54 Poems,
Revisions, Discussions (Marion Street Press), The Journal of
Contemporary Heathen Thought (Heithin Publishing), Sweet
Lemons 2: International Writings With A Sicilian Accent; Legas
Sicilian Series Vol XIX (Legas) and many other places. Her first
chapbook, Sommer and Other Poems (RavensHalla Arts Pub.
March 2007), sold out its first edition and is to be reissued in
the spring of 2012. Her second chapbook, The Cycle of Nine,
is forthcoming with the same publisher.
She is the Assistant Poetry Editor at Able
An interview with her may be found here: