Bio: Karin Falcone Krieger’s recent reviews, stories and poems are in The Decadent Review, Tupelo Quarterly, LITPUB, Santa Fe Writers’ Project, The Literary Review, Tofu Ink Arts Press, Viewless Wings Podcast, and in the anthology, A physical book which compiles conceptual books (Partial Press, 2022). She taught writing as an adjunct instructor for 20 years, and was an adjunct union representative. She earned an MFA at The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa, and published the zine artICHOKE from 1989-2008. She occasionally types poems made to order in public space. When not writing, she is probably organic gardening or cooking. (Links to her published works are here.)
She taught writing at several area colleges for 20 years.
She holds an MFA from The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute, now Naropa University, where she studied with Anne Waldman, Allen Ginsberg, Meredith Monk, Lynn Hejinian, Bobbie Louise Hawkins and others.
She holds a BA in Social Sciences from SUNY Stony Brook, where she served as a writer and editor at The Stony Brook Press, the alternative biweekly newspaper, and was a deejay on WUSB 90.7 FM.
She is the publisher of various chaps and zines including 1,000,000, an REM inspired zine, and artICHOKE.
In 2022 she became a Master Gardener through Cornell Cooperative Extension and volunteers at CEED in Brookhaven, NY and the 9-11 Memorial Garden in Medford, NY. Her project, Wild Working Gardens is dedicated to regenerating the soil through organic practices and teaching others to create gardens that provide food and flowers for all, including birds and butterflies. She has studied the works of Louise Riotte on the particulars of Astrological Gardening, using the moon to maximize beneficial practices and save effort in the garden.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at 30
Rush on MTV and other poems in BlazeVOX20
Wild Working Gardens