select publications

FugueEmber (poetry)

The PuritanThe Last Time He Ever Touched Me (poetry)

GrantaTwo Poems (poetry)

Radar PoetryMule (poetry)

Ghost TownWhat You Killed, What You Thought (poetry)

The Conium Review: Pitcher of Cream (flash fiction)

Watershed ReviewBody, Baby, Water; Moon (essay)


the year I spent eating
eyelashes suckling
a hangover hippocampus
slamming on & off like a stagelight
I couldn’t stop watching
that trashbag caught in a tree
pray for a break in the blight
how many people won’t
speak to you now
there was a silo I knew
that burnt down and what remained
was a cement ring this
is autopsy membrane
fixation in all my territory
I find so little tender
CAITLIN SCARANO,
"Silo"
Photo credit:  Calvin Laatsch

Photo credit: Calvin Laatsch


Select Interviews and Blog Posts

Hugo House’s blog: How to Write a Badass Poetry Chapbook in 3 Steps

Muzzle MagazineSpeaking from Fracture

Winter Tangerine ReviewShedding Skins Series

The Town CrierAuthor Notes (Caitlin Scarano on death, sexuality, and poetry)