select publications

Split Rock Review: Oxbow (poetry)

Carve Magazine: The Road Out of Juneau (fiction)

Talking Writing: Dear Season (flash nonfiction)

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)