ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS
“Stephen Dunn: The Desire to Keep Saying Yes.” The Georgia Review 65.2 (2011): 378–384.
Monks Beginning to Waltz. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2012. (forthcoming)
A Short Bestiary of Love and Madness. Nacogdoches, TX: Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2011.
Open Between Us. Cincinnati: Turning Point [an imprint of WordTech Communications LLC], 2010. Hymn of Ash. Denver: Elixir Press, 2008. (Elixir Press 2007 Fiction Chapbook Award)
The Precarious Rhetoric of Angels. Buffalo: White Pine Press, 2005. (White Pine Press Poetry Prize)Greatest Hits. [a chapbook of poetry] Johnstown, OH: Pudding House Press, 2001.
Attendant Ghosts. Cleveland: Cleveland State University Press, 2000.
Animals Housed in the Pleasure of Flesh. Emporia, KS: Bluestem Press, 1995.
PARTS OF BOOKS
“Introduction for ‘Dream Landscape with Sleepwalker.’” Of a Monstrous Child. Eds. Nate Liederback and James Harris. Sandpoint, ID: Lost Horse Press, 2011. 241–245.
“Photo of a Cardinal.” Of a Monstrous Child. Eds. Nate Liederbach and James Harris. Sandpoint, ID: Lost Horse Press, 2011. 239–240.
Rev. of Here and Now, by Stephen Dunn. Mid-American Review 31.2 (2011): 187–188.
Rev. of Remnants of Another Age, by Nikola Madzirov and House Inspections, by Carsten René Nielsen. Mid-American Review 31.2 (2011): 194–196.
FICTION PUBLISHED IN REFEREED LITERARY JOURNALS
“Chicken Little and the Boys Have Some Words.” Alaska Quarterly Review 28.1–2 (2011): 21–28.
POEMS PUBLISHED IN REFEREED LITERARY JOURNALS
“The Second Coming in Muscle and Fake Leather.” Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature 27.2 (2011): 139–140.
“Months of Close Work with Ice.” Xavier Review 31.1 (2011): 41–43.
“To Hell With the Deconstructionists.” Bayou Magazine 54 (2011): 79.
“To Account for Such Grace,” “Early Pastoral,” “The Consolation of a Company of Acrobats,” and “A Temporary Delaying of the Inevitable.” The Missouri Review 34.1 (2011): 80–88.
“The Music of a Woman’s Spine.” Great River Review 54 (2011): 58. “As Simple as Math and Gravity.” The Chaffey Review 5 (2011): 58.
George Looney has received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for his poetry, as well as two Ohio Arts Council Fellowships and, most recently, a $10,000 fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts for 2006. His work has also won awards from several literary journals, including New Letters, The Literary Review, The Larry Levis Editor's Award for poetry from The Missouri Review, the Zone 3 Poetry Award, and most recently The Missouri Review’s Jeffrey Smith Editors’ Prize for Poetry. His work has been published in such prestigious literary journals as The Kenyon Review, New England Review, The Southern Review, Shenandoah, The Gettysburg Review, Quarterly West, High Plains Literary Review, Prairie Schooner, Willow Springs, Denver Quarterly, Southern Poetry Review, and many others.
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