James Kelly Quigley is a writer based in Brooklyn.

He is currently an M.F.A. candidate at New York University.

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Sonnet for What Remains,” Nashville Review

“My Father Took Me Hunting,” “Getting Over It,” “Notes From Beechwood Cemetery, April 2018,” Puerto del Sol, upcoming

Do You Remember Your Parents,” “Notes From Beechwood Cemetery, April 2017,” Whimperbang, Issue 18

Sonnet for Malformed Heart,” Waccamaw, Issue 21

Sonnet for This Separate Earth,” A Velvet Giant, Issue 1

Recovery is a Bedtime Story,” Palaver, Spring 2018

You Carry That Junk Everywhere,” Booth, Issue 12

“Junkie Song,” Open Minds Quarterly, Winter 2017

Rebel Sex and Cholera,” Rascal, Issue 1

Anaphora,” “Waiting for the Toxicology Report,” “Bowie’s Final Will and Testament Disguised as Greatest Hits,” The American Journal of Poetry, Volume 3

“My Father Eats a Bed of Oysters, 2001,” West 10th, Issue 10

“Is There a Language for our Minuscule Losses,” Minetta Review, Fall 2016

“Delays,” Catfish Creek, Volume 6 


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