reviews & interviews

















review:  2019  / by Levi Sherman / Arists' Book Reviews


















review:  2017 / by Kathy Goodkin / Denver Quarterly
review:  2016 / by Abby Minor / The Fourth River
shout-out:  2016 / by David Mucklow / Colorado Review, "Finding Solace in Anthologies"
review:  Feb 2016 / by Michael Dennis / Today's Book of Poetry Blog
review:  Dec 2015 - Issue 31 / by Zach Groesbeck / Front Porch Journal
shout-out:  Mar 19, 2015 / Real Pants, "By the Cover", Shanna Compton

















review:  2014  /  by Paul Cunningham / THE FANZINE  
interview:  2014  /  by Erica Wright  /  "Shelly Taylor:  Shattered Language"  /  Guernica Daily
review/interview:  2014  /  by Mike Joyce  /  Literary Orphans + blog "The Tavern Lantern"
review:  2014  /  by Henrietta Goodman  /  Cutbank Online
shout-out:  2014  /  Noo Journal, Editor Notes by Lauren Ireland
interview:  2015  /  by Jon Riccio  /  "Alumna Leonine" - Sonora Review














shout-out:  2015 / Kristina Marie Darling on Rob Mclennan's blog  
review:  2014  /  by Joy Von III in Three Sentence Review
review:  2013  /  by Nathan Hauke in The Drunken Boat / "What I'm reading now"
review:  2013  /  FACT-SIMILE 8
review:  2011  /  by Geoffrey Olsen, EOAGH: A Journal of the Arts
interview:  June 11, 2011  /  with Bill Wetzel / "Something on Something" / OpEd News
shout-out:  Coldfront names Heifer one of the Top 30 Poetry Books of 2010 / #6 of the debut collections.
review:  2011  /  by John Findura, H.O.W. Journal--Art and Literature
review:  2011 /  by Dane Hamann, TriQuarterly Online
review:  2010  /  by Eric Weinstein, Prick of the Spindle
interview:  with Kristen Nelson / "No Sugar from the Southerner" / Trickhouse / vol. 8, Spring 2010
review:  2010  /  by Jake Levine, Sonora Review
shout-out:  Tim (TRACE) Peterson blog /"Giving New Poetry Its Due: Writers and Readers Gather for Poets House Annual Showcase and Readings" / July 01, 2010 / "Black-Eyed Heifer by Shelly Taylor who writes as if she has a direct line connecting her to the duende itself."
write-up:  The University of Arizona Poetry Center, August 2010 newsletter / on process and the writing of Black-Eyed Heifer