Maria Terrone

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Maria Terrone’s nonfiction has appeared in such publications as Witness, Green Mountains Review, The Common, Briar Cliff Review, Potomac Review, The Evansville Review and Litro (U.K.), and her prose, commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum, was performed in its stillspotting nyc project. Bordighera Press will publish her first book of creative nonfiction, At Home in the New World, in 2018.

Also a poet, Terrone is the author of the collections Eye to Eye; A Secret Room in Fall (McGovern Prize, Ashland Poetry Press); The Bodies We Were Loaned, and a chapbook, American Gothic, Take 2. Magazines including Poetry and Ploughshares and more than 25 anthologies have featured her Pushcart Prize-nominated work. In 2015 she became the poetry editor of the journal Italian Americana.

Contributions by Maria Terrone

Winter 2017 Issue

Sicily: My Enigma

I could begin this journey on black pavement of volcanic lava, destruction/construction as Sicilian metaphor embodied in a town whose name I don’t recall. Or nearly knocked backwards by the sight of Greek temples shining in spring sun on a poppy-studded hillside…

Posted in Essays | 12 Responses
Spring 2015 Issue

Diana at the Salon

Intricate equipment suspended
from above descends
to warm her skull…

Posted in Poetry | 1 Response
Spring 2015 Issue

Closed For Now

Before my travels, I rip away the magazine label
so no one will see my name, as if this useless
reflex could protect me…

Posted in Poetry | 4 Responses
March 1997 Issue


Poems heavy with rejection
sink into a trashbin
clearly marked for recycling —
my discarded lines no longer….

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