Sharon Kunde’s poetry explores the limitations and possibilities of material embodiment in the context of motherhood and earth breakdown. Musical and intricate, its lines fuse allusion with earthiness, rage with humor. Dancing Girl Press recently published her chapbook, Year of the Sasquatch.


Mountain cliffs towering over ocean.

Oceanic Antistrophes

My poem “Oceanic Antistrophes” in Menacing Hedge.

Multi-colored brown and orange feathers.

The Night Marauder

My poem “The Night Marauder” in the Harvard Review.

Wooden bridge going through Redwood forest.

The Uncles

My poem “The Uncles” in Barstow and Grand.