Recent Poetry

The Hawk-Woman's Prophecy

by Kavitha Rath

1 February 2016

the feathers molt from my shoulders / to reveal red skin, red hair, / raptor turns to rapture

uprooted

by Kit Hamada

25 January 2016

at the tips of my fingers white flowers bloomed / my hair turned to brambles / my skin to ashy bark

Podcast: January Poetry

by Naru Dames Sundar, Sara Polsky, Margaret Wack, and Kit Hamada, read by Ciro Faienza and Romie Stott

25 January 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents poetry from the January issues.

Apotropaic Magic

by Margaret Wack

18 January 2016

I am a carven queen, a saint, / a pretty thing to bless the ship / with good luck and swift passage.

Archived Poetry

View nearly every poem Strange Horizons has ever published in our Archive, thanks to the kindness of our authors who allow us to keep their material online.