February 2018

IMG_20180219_153433_813The Write Launch has accepted three poems for March publication. February 20, 2018

The poem “Because” is currently featured in Gaze. Editor: Darla Mottram. February 12, 2018

Twyckenham Notes, out of South Bend, Indiana, has accepted a poem for publication in their next issue. February 12, 2018

River River has accepted a poem for its next issue. February 5, 2018

stephanie roberts author poet writer artist 2018Goat’s Milk Magazine features “Set Fire to Stop Fire,” in inaugural Issue 1 Editors: Paige Leland and Danielle Johnson. February 1, 2018

January 2018

The /tƐmz/ Review features three poems in Issue 2.  Editors: Aaron Schneider and Amy Mitchell. January 31, 2018

Banshee has accepted a poem for Issue #6.  January 23, 2018

IMAG4646_1The poems “Commute the Sentence,” “Canadian Goose Summer,” and “Spider Kiting,” are featured in the ‘Gossamer’ themed edition of L’Éphémère Review,  Issue VIII. Poetry Editor: Christian Sammartino.  January 22, 2018

The poem “Love Like a Waning Moon,” is featured in Claudius Speaks,  Issue 5. Editor: K. Augustus.  January 18, 2018

JARFLY Magazine has accepted a poem for their inaugural issue. January 18, 2018

The poem “Catching Sight of The Niña The Pinta & The Santa Maria,” is featured in the Winter, Volume 4 Number 1 of The Maine Review, now available here. E.I.C: Margot Anne Kelley.  January 17, 2018

The poem “Now I Know,”  is featured in the inaugural Issue 0, of Before After/Godwink. Editor: Cheryl L. Cummings.  January 16, 2018

The poems  “Passages North,” “Migraine Music,” and “Make the Next Second Chance,”  are featured in Canada Quarterly, as part of their inaugural issue. Managing Poetry Editor: Britny Cordera.  January 16, 2018

The poems “The Dental Hygienist Shares the Pain” and “Part for Me,” are featured in the Winter 2018 Issue 18.1 of Gyroscope Review, available here. Editors: Constance IMG_stephanie_roberts_instagram_photographyBrewer & Kathleen Cassen Mickelson.  January 15, 2018

The poem “Tempesta: Tuesday December Twentieth Three Three Ay Em,” is featured in the Winter Issue 2.1 of The Ocotillo Review, available here. Poetry editor: Rod C. Rodriguez.  January 15, 2018

Crannóg Magazine, of Galway, Ireland,  has accepted a poem for Crannóg 47, the spring 2018 edition. January 12, 2018

The Woven Tale Press has accepted three poems for future publication. January 11, 2018

Goat’s Milk Magazine has accepted a poem from an unpublished manuscript for their inaugural issue. January 10, 2018

December 2017

L’Éphémère Review  has accepted three poems for 2018 publication. December 20, 2017

IMG_20171218_134334The poem “Entanglement,” from an unpublished manuscript of the same title, is featured in the Fall/Winter 2017 Volume XXVI Issue 1 of Atlanta Review, editor Karen Head. December 18, 2017

Gyroscope Review has accepted two poems from an unpublished manuscript for their winter issue. December 16, 2017

The poem “It’s the Smoke that Kills You” is live at Faculty Lit. Review. December 11, 2017

IMAG5675The poem “Scene V,” is featured in Claudius Speaks,  Issue 5. Editor: K. Augustus.   December 8, 2017

Canada Quarterly has accepted three poems for their inaugural issue. December 6, 2017

“Hunger of a Silent Voice”  essay on poetry readings and recording. December 5, 2017

November 2017

IMG_20171211_133239Pushcart Prize nomination. November 29, 2017

Reunion: The Dallas Review, Volume 7, featuring the poem “A Firefly Turns on the Evening’s First Light,” has been released. E.I.C.: Chelsea Kaye Barnard. November 29, 2017

The poem “I Imagine,” was selected as a finalist in the 9th Eyewear Publishing LTD Fortnight Prize. November 22, 2017

The audio recording of “Pistol Whip,” from issue 6 of The Inflectionist Review, is live on the review’s Facebook page and on SoundCloud. November 20, 2017

IMAG2462_1The poet has been selected, by Todd Swift, for the longlist of the 9th  Eyewear Publishing LTD Fortnight Prize.  November 19, 2017

Before After/Godwink, (formerly Faculty Lit) a new journal of literature & art based in Baton Rouge, LA, has accepted a poem for the inaugural issue and the poem “It’s the Smoke That Kills You,” for their website. November 15, 2017

The /tƐmz/ Review has accepted three poems for their next issue, including a poem slated for an anthology, in 2018, with Cosmographia Books. November 13, 2017

tempestaThe Ocotillo Review has accepted the poem, “Tempesta,”  for publication in their next issue. November 11, 2017

Editor Bellamy Abena Shoffner has accepted work for a forthcoming publication. November 7, 2017

Three poems are featured in the inaugural issue of OCCULUM. Editor: Arielle Tipa. November 1, 2017

October 2017

The poem “They Named the Ship OH SHIT!,” is featured in the inaugural issue of litter published by Write About Now Poetry. October 31, 2017

Listen to the poem, “Connections,” read by the author, published in issue #5 of Banshee October 30, 2017

The poem “I Come To,” is in the Fall 2017 Sky Island Journal Issue 2. Editors: Jeff Sommerfeld and Jason Splichal.  October 21, 2017

A poem from an unpublished manuscript is currently featured in Fall Issue #2 of The Indianapolis Review. Editor: Natalie Solmer. October 18, 2017


Claudius Speaks has accepted two poems for publication in their Fever themed issue. October 14, 2017

OCCULUM has accepted three poems for publication, next month, in their inaugural issue. October 6, 2017

September 2017

The Indianapolis Review has accepted a poem for their fall issue #2. September 29, 2017


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Cosmographia Books has accepted a poem for an anthology of transcendent poetry, scheduled for 2018. September 26, 2017

The poem “Times & Spaces,” was selected as a finalist for the 7th  Eyewear Publishing LTD Fortnight Prize. September 25, 2017

Atlanta Review, has accepted the poem “Entanglement,” for a forthcoming publication.

This is the 26th publication acceptance of stephanie roberts‘ poetry for 2017. Contact the artistSeptember 18, 2017

IMG_20170921_081755Banshee, Issue #5  (Autumn/Winter 2017), featuring the poem “Connections,” is now available for purchase online. Editors: Laura Jane Cassidy, Claire Hennessy, & Eimear Ryan. September 13, 2017

Rushes from the River Disappointment,” the titular poem of an unpublished poetry collection, is live in Arcturus magazine, on the Medium platform. Highlight your favourite rush. Poetry editor: Chrissy Martin. E.I.C.: Sara Cutaia. September 11, 2017


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Arcturus, a sister publication of The Chicago Review of Books, has selected a poem for publication this month. September 7, 2017

August 2017

Sky Island Journal, has accepted the poem, “I Come To,” (described as visceral and elegant) for their Issue #2 (Fall 2017), to be published on October 21, 2017. August 27, 2017

The Maine Review, has accepted the poem “Catching Sight of The Niña The Pinta and The Santa Maria,” for publication in their next issue, due this December. August 15, 2017


photo: s. roberts

Subterranean Blue Poetry of Montréal has accepted a poem for publication in 2018. August 14, 2017

The suite of poems,  THE PHYSICS OF LOVE AND OTHER UNCERTAIN PHASES OF THE CHEMISTRY IN COULOMB’S LAW, is featured in the Spring 2017 issue of The Gambler. Editors: Alexandra Reisner, Briana L. Woods, & Kelly Jones. August 2, 2017

“Tinder of the ‘Desperate Man'” is featured on, first published with Burning House Press. August 6, 2017

July 2017

imageBanshee, a print journal of contemporary writing, from Ireland and around the world, has accepted for publication “Connections,” a poem from an unpublished manuscript. July 19, 2017

Burning House Press, is featuring “a conversation in poetry,” a collaborative work.  July 15, 2017

photo: s.  roberts

Ciel D’or. 2017. Acrylic on canvas. (18 in. x 24 in.) by stephanie roberts. Sold, for the benefit of Groupe de Soutien du Suroît pour l’arthrite et l’arthrose (GSSAA).  July 8, 2017 


You can see the 14 finalists announced here: July 3, 2017

June 2017
The long poem “The Physics of Love and Other Uncertain Phases in Coulomb’s Law,” has been accepted for publication by The Gambler. June 25, 2017


Listen to the poem, “Catawampus,” read by the author, published in the inaugural issue of The Arsonist Magazine by Burning House Press. Editor Miggy Angel. June 20, 2017

The poem “Pistol Whip,” is featured in The Inflectionist Review s issue #6. Editors: A. Molotkov and John Sibley Williams. June 12, 2017

The poem “The Pull of the Moon,” is featured in Snapdragon Journals Issue 3.2: The Art of Surrender. Editors: Jacinta V. White and Cyndi Briggs. June 10, 2017

The poems “Icestorm” and “Catawampus,” are featured in The Arsonist Magazine by Burning House Press, edition 01, available for a limited time here. Thanks to the work and vision of Miggy Angel, editor. June 9, 2017

Write About Now Poetry has accepted a poem for the inaugural issue of their magazine litter (a twitterary magazine). June 8, 2017

The poem “Take a Knee,” dedicated to Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick, is featured in Writers Resist, Issue 28. Sara Marchant, Rae Rose and Kit-Bacon Gressitt, Editors. June 8, 2017

The poem “Tigers in Cages,” is featured in Priestess and Hierophant’s: A Beckoning issue. Ed. Alicia Cole. June 4, 2017


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Issue 40.2 of Room, featuring the poem “Looking Everywhere But Inside,” is available for purchase online and at select newstands and bookstores. Editor: Meghan Bell. June 3, 2017

Read the poem “Soft Part,” in After the Pause, on page 84-85, of Volume 4, Issue 2 Summer 2017. Thanks to editor, Michael Prihoda. June 1, 2017

May 2017

Writers Resist, has accepted for publication “Take a Knee,” a poem dedicated to the Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick. May 26, 2017

Alternating Current Press, has accepted a poem for an issue of The Coil forthcoming in 2018. This poem has also advanced into the semifinalist round for The 2018 Luminaire Award for Best Poetry. May 25, 2017

Daphne Magazine, a beautiful online publication, features two poems, “Surgery” and “For a Time Desire,” in their Issue #3. Editor: Allison Lee. May 22, 2017

Rising Phoenix Review, is featuring “Blackbirds,” a poem concerned with police brutality, and “Off Hours,” in the May issue. Editor in Chief: Christian Sammartino May 19, 2017


National Baseball Hall of Fame Library

The Acentos Review, has published  “Slugger” in their special feature: Sports as a Microcosm of Life, edited by Malcolm Friend. Founding Editor & EIC: Dr. Raina J. León. (image: Roberto Clemente 1972) May 2017

The Thing Itself, Issue 44 features “Hepatitis A.” Poetry Ed: Monique Cortez. May 10, 2017

Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing, has accepted the poem “The Pull of the Moon” for their June “Surrender” issue. Editor: Jacinta V. White. May 7, 2017

Daphne Magazine, has accepted two poems for the upcoming issue. Editor: Allison Lee. May 3, 2017

April 2017


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The Acentos Review, has accepted a baseball poem for a forthcoming issue with a special sports feature. Special Editor: Malcolm Friend. Founding Editor & EIC: Dr. Raina J. León. April 27, 2017

Priestess & Hierophant Press, has accepted the poem “Tigers in Cages,” for issue 3: A Beckoning, due for release next month. Editor: Alicia Cole. April 17, 2017

Rat’s Ass Review, has accepted a poem, for their summer 2017 issue. Editor: Roderick Bates. April 14, 2017

The Thing Itself,  a literary journal of Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas, has accepted a poem, from a forthcoming collection, for inclusion in their 44th print issue due for release mid-May. We believe your poem is an exceptional additon to our journal in its ability to cultivate compassion and evoke empathyApril 4, 2017

March 2017

After the Pause Literary Journal has accepted the poem “Soft Part” for publication in their June 2017 issue. March 27, 2017


photo: Alexander Skeppsholmsbron

The Stockholm Review of Literature is currently featuring three poems, in their issue #19, “Circle Earth: Meditation After Reading Tropic of Cancer,” “Pure Dictation: This is How My Dreams Have Flown Most of My Life But Tonight it All Makes Sense,” and “Look at the Time.” March 26, 2017

3 poems by stephanie roberts, was accepted for publication and is currently featured with Burning Man Press, a UK based online journal with an international editorial team. Editor: Miggy Angel.

Two poems will also be featured in, the inaugural print issue of, The Arsonist Magazine, due for release this spring. March 9, 2017

The poem “Tame” is featured in the inaugural issue of, Waxing & Waning A Literary Journal. March 5, 2017

February 2017

A poem has been accepted for publication for the seventh volume of the journal Reunion: The Dallas Review scheduled for this fall. February 26, 2017

The poem “New Definitions After Surgery,” from a collection due Fall of 2017, was selected as a finalist, and slated for publication, in the Medusa’s Laugh Press, Nano Text contest. Nanotext will be included in a handmade, limited edition (200 copies) anthology, that will debut at the AWP Conference, in Washington D.C. February 8 -11, 2017.

January 2017

The poem “Tame,” from an unpublished manuscript, was accepted for publication in, the inaugural issue of, WAXING & WANING.

The poem “Pistol Whip,” from a collection due Fall of 2017, was accepted for publication, in the next issue of  The Inflectionist Review.

The two poems, “Often I Begin a Thought With: It’s Funny When Nothing is Funny at All” and “Assault in The Brooklyn Botanic Garden,” from forthcoming manuscripts, are featured in the imagecurrent edition of Shooter Literary Magazine, in the UK. Issue #5 (Winter 2017) available here. Editor: Melanie White.

December 2016

The poem “Looking Everywhere But Inside,” from an unpublished manuscript, will be featured, in Room‘s next issue (40.2) on newsstands in June 2017. December 29, 2016.

November 2016

Honorable Mention in Causeway Lit Poetry Competition
Causeway Lit is a digital component of Dogwood Literary Journal

A poem, from a manuscript in progress, was selected as a top ten finalist and Honorable Mention. November 10, 2016.


Cover art by Jane Eaton Hamilton

The New Quarterly, one of Canada’s premeire literary journals featured two poems in the (Fall 2016) Issue #140. Editor: Pamela Mulloy.

October 2016

Two poems will be featured, in the UK publication, Shooter Literary Magazine‘s Issue #5, themed “Cities.”


imageÀ onze ans, stephanie roberts a gagné un concours de dessin. Son dessin à la mine d’une rue de la ville a paru à Albany, la ville capitale de l’État de New York. Par la suite, elle fut transférée de son école locale à Brooklyn, NY à une école spécialisant dans les domaines des arts et de la musique. Elle a toujours fait du dessin et adore les arts. Après plusieurs années, se trouvant hypnotisée par d’autres beautés de la vie, elle retourne, en 2000, à sa création d’œuvres d’art. Stephanie a choisi de s’établir au Québec en 1991. Elle est aussi l’auteur de deux tomes de poésies et une collection de nouvelles. Ses œuvres poétiques ont été publiées dans plusieurs journaux littéraires au Canada et aux États-Unis. Vous pouvez la rejoindre au .

(traduit par: Christine Chang)

September 2016

Solo art exhibit coming November


stephanie roberts, pink is the navy blue of india, self-portrait (2015) 8″x 10″ acrylic on canvas

available here

August 2016

roberts rules of disorder, (click on the link).

Two poems will be featured in The New Quarterly’s fall issue #140.
July 2016

The artist will have three oil paintings for exhibit and sale, in this Montérégie library, during the month of July.

L’artiste aura trois peintures à l’huile pour exposition et vente , dans cette bibliothèque Montérégie, au mois de Juillet.

L’artista avrà tre dipinti ad olio per la mostra e la vendita, in questa libreria Monteregie , nel mese di luglio .

currently on exhibit: un poéme des femmes rouges

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May 2016 

Two poems will be published in next month’s Breakwater Review Issue XV, poetry editor: Bob Sykora.

April  2016


Photo by: Yannick Anton

The poem Colourblind is featured in the Spring 2016 issue of Contemporary Verse 2, available here.

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Look for the poem, People Believing Badly in the Spring 2016 issue of the online journal Blue Lyra Review. Guest poetry editor: Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow .


stephanie roberts, December 12, 2015, at the NYPL on 42nd and 5th ave

December 2015 The poet commemorated the end of a pivotal year of study and a fructiferous writing season with a whirlwind trip and celebrations in New York City.

September 2015 Look for the poem COLOURBLIND in a forthcoming issue of the journal Contemporary Verse 2.

June 2015 Merited a certificate of completion from The University of Iowa International Writing Workshop – How Writers Write Poetry

stephanie roberts poet author artist writerMay 2015 New bio picture:

Stephanie Roberts is an interdisciplinary artist and self-published author of two volumes of poetry The Melting Potential of Fire, Four Seasons of Spring and the short story collection As We Are. Her work has been featured in A Literation Magazine, The Montreal Gazette and the anthology Spirit of Humanity: Poetic Visions of a Better World. Also a painter and photographer, she is currently working on her fourth book, and third volume of poetry.

April 2015A Literation Magazine Stephanie Roberts

The prose poem, Renegade was published in A Literation Magazine’s April 2015 (Volume 4) edition available through Amazon.

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BUTTERCAKE was published in A Literation Magazine’s February  2015 (Volume 4) edition available through Amazon.

October 30, 2013



Starting today under the Matchbook program, when you buy a print edition of As We Are, on Amazon, you will also be able to download the Kindle eBook version for FREE for a limited time. If you’ve bought As We Are from Amazon in the past you are now able to also download the Kindle edition for free.

The Melting Potential of Fire is also part of this bundling program. Your Amazon purchase of TMPOF, affords you the opportunity to purchase the Kindle eBook edition for just an additional 99¢. That’s an 80% savings on the regular eBook price.

September 17, 2013


Coming in October through Amazon, Kindle Matchbook will enable you to buy the print edition of As We Are and/or the melting potential of fire, and get the Kindle e-book version bundled with it.

July 15, 2013

As We Are in paperback is now available at Barnes and Noble at this sexy price for a limited time. You may also request your local library to stock it for lending. Give the head librarian the ISBN 978-1479390434.

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June 17, 2013

As We Are is being processed for inclusions in the stacks of the Pincourt Public Library in Pincourt Quebec.

June 10, 2013

As We Are is now available for loan in the Ottawa Public Library System

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Friday May 3, 2013

Five Star Review of As We Are

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Wednesday April 24, 2013
As We Are is now available as a Kindle format ebook on Amazon.

as we are kindleFriday April 19, 2013
the melting potential of fire - poetryDownload the Kindle edition of the melting potential of fire from Amazon free, one more day only (April 19th). Afterward use Authorgraph and place a request for me to personalize your eBook edition, click below.

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Thursday April 18, 2013

The Melting Potential of Fire reaches number #2 on Amazon’s list of free ebooks in the Italian Travel section and #24 in Poetry.

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Saturday April 20th, 7PM

Montréal Book Launch Book Signing

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Monday April 15, 2013

stephanie roberts poet writerReading of Allen Ginsberg’s An Eastern Ballad, one of my favorite poems, was included in the Poetry Foundation’s Record-a-Poem Project. Listen to my reading here.

Friday April 12, 2013

Get your Kindle editions signed here:
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Wednesday April 3, 2013

The Books have arrived, and are available for purchase through this website under the signed sealed delivered tab as of today.

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