Poems

"If Tony Hoagland Was Right." Salt Hill Journal, no. 43/44 (Spring 2019/Fall 2019): 45-46.

"The Plenum." Iron Horse Literary Review 21, no. 4 (Open Issue 2019): 22-23.

"The Heart Is Not a Synonym for the Chest." American Poetry Review 48, no. 1 (January/February 2019): 8.

"Scatter Plot." American Poetry Review 48, no. 1 (January/February 2019): 8.

"Another Earnest Postcard." Tin House 20, no. 2 (Issue 78, Winter 2018): 216-217. 

"Pantoum for Earnest." Barrow Street, (Winter 2018/19): 29. 

"Calm Down." Willow Springs, no. 83 (Spring 2019): 12-13. 

One Thousand Words on Regret.” FIELD, no. 96 (Spring 2017):15-16.

Wedding Planning." Copper Nickel, no. 24 (Spring 2017): 162.

“What You Are Eating as Metaphor for What You Want Right Now." Copper Nickel, no. 24 (Spring 2017):163.

“Sonnet: Boston Proper.” New American Writing, no. 34 (2016): 117.

“Dyspepsia v. Dysplasia.” Denver Quarterly 46, no. 2 (Winter 2012): 35.

“You Marry a Man.” Mudfish, no. 16 (2009): 137-138.

Nonfiction 

"On Being and Dry-Cleaning: a Series of Steps." Waxwing, no. 16 (Fall 2018):

      http://waxwingmag.org/items/issue16/47_Boudreau-On-Being-and-Dry-Cleaning:-a-Series-of-Steps.php.

Web

"In Their Own Words: Eleanor Boudreau on 'Scatter Plot.'" Poetry Society of America, 2020.

      https://poetrysociety.org/features/in-their-own-words/on-scatter-plot.

“Eleanor Boudreau's Playlist for her Poetry Collection Earnest, Earnest?" Largehearted Boy, 10 October 2020. 

      http://www.largeheartedboy.com/blog/archive/2020/10/eleanor_boudrea.html.

“10 Books about Doomed Love.” Electric Literature, 13 September 2020. https://electricliterature.com/10-books-about-

      doomed-love/.

“Postcard from the Front Lines of Teaching 'Dulce et Decorum Est.'” University of Oxford World War I Centenary

      15 October 2018. http://ww1centenary.oucs.ox.ac.uk/teaching/teaching-dulce/.

Also available at the University of Oxford’s Great Writers Inspire. http://writersinspire.org/content/postcard-

      front-lines-teaching-dulce-et- decorum-est.

Fiction

“Meredith’s Story.” DIAGRAM 10.3 (2010): http://thediagram.com/10_3/boudreau.html.

      Read Claire Trévien's analysis of this story in "Dissecting Narratives" in The Review Review.

Interviews 

Interview by Thomas Whyte. Poetry Mini Interviews, 19 March 2020.    

      http://poetryminiinterviews.blogspot.com/2020/03/eleanor-boudreau-part-one.html.

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