Harold Schweizer

Poet and Explorer

“Shayma Interviewed by a Medical Red Cross Staff Member in Corigliano, Calabro.”  The Georgia Review (Winter 2015), with online interview. 

“And If a Day Is Left to Me Before I’m Old.” Missouri Review Online (poem of the week).

“But Do Not Let Them Know You Were Alone When You Died.” The Kenyon Review (Fall 2014), with special feature in KR Conversations.  The poem was also featured in Poetry Daily, October 18, 2014.

“Antoine Le Sauteur, Maître de Cave”; “Nicodemus Reenters His Mother’s Womb.” Narrative Magazine(Spring 2014).

“The Materialist Dreams of Angels.” Poetry International 18/19 (Spring 2013).

“Of the Limited Amount of Touch Apportioned to Each”; “Of the Limited Number of Deaths Apportioned to Each”; Of the Disappearance of Size”; “Little Fugue.” Diode (Fall 2012)

“Of the Limited Amount of Hatred Apportioned to Each”; “Of the Limited Amount of Falling  Apportioned to Each”; “Of the Limited Amount of Silence, Light, and Space.” Featured poet introduced by Katie Ford,  Pleiades (Summer 2012).

“Of the Falling of Stones.” Crrritic: Critical Inventions, eds. J. Schad and O. Tearle (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, Summer 2011).

“Of Angels.” Cincinnati Review 6.1 (Summer 2009). 

“Of Stones and Angels.” The American Poetry Review (May / June 2008). 

“Of Movements and Signs.” The New Orleans Review 33, 2 (Winter 2007/08). 

“Passage over Time.” The Contemporary Review 3 (Winter 1990).

“Alzheimer’s,” “Three Swiss Tales,” “The Water on the Lake,” “Our Faces.” Ploughshares  12:4 (l987).