Brent Christianson (1951-2020). Beautiful, In My Chaotic Way (2018) | Third and Twelve on Your Own Eighteen (2018) | Sky Beyond the Ceiling (2018) | The Lake Remains: Poems of the North Country (2019)
Florence Dacey. The Swoon | The Necklace | Maynard Went This Way | Rock Worn by Water
Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Professor of English at St. Olaf College. Paper Pavilion | Interrogation Room | Notes from a Missing Person (chapbook) | Necro Citizens (chapbook)
*Heather Dubrow, former Professor of English at Carleton College (1980-1990). Transformation and Repetition (chapbook) | Border Crossings (chapbook) | Forms and Hollows
*Mary Moore Easter, Professor of Dance (Emerita) at Carleton College. Free Papers (2021; chapbook) | From the Flutes of Our Bones (2020) | The Body of the World (2018) | Walking from Origins (chapbook)
Andrea Een, Professor of Music (Emerita) at St. Olaf College. Some Days We Name It Love (chapbook)
Graham Frear (1922-2014), Professor of English (Emeritus) at St. Olaf College. Red Shoes and Other Poems for My Wife | Love, Marriage, Cancer, Death, and Poetry in Past and Present Tenses
Marie Vogl Gery. Almost Invisible Names (chapbook)
D.E. Green. Jumping the Median (2019)
Rob Hardy (Poet Laureate). Domestication (2017) | The Collecting Jar (chapbook)
Greg Hewett, Professor of English at Carleton College. To Collect the Flesh (1996) | Red Suburb (2002) | The Eros Conspiracy (2006) | darkacre (2010) | Blighdsight (2016)
George Huntington (1835-1916) was a professor of Rhetoric and Biblical Literature at Carleton College from 1879 to 1906. He is perhaps best known in Northfield as the author of Robber and Hero: The Story of the Northfield Bank Raid. "When I Am Old" | "International Hymn"
Scott King (1965-2021). Publisher, Red Dragonfly Press. Lida Songs (2009) | All Graced in Green (2011) | Dragonfly Haiku (2016)
Diane LeBlanc, Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at St. Olaf College. Hope in Zone Four (1998) | Dancer with Good Sow (2008) | Sudden Geography (2014) | The Space for Message (2017)
Steve McCown. Ghosting (2020)
Jane Taylor McDonnell. A Bone in the Throat (2013)
Susan Jaret McKinstry, Professor of English at Carleton College.
*Marilyn Nelson, former instructor of English at St. Olaf College (1973-1978).
Riki Kölbl Nelson. Borders/Grenzen (bilingual poems) | The Fall Heart (chapbook)
Grace Fallow Norton (1876-1962). Little Gray Songs from St. Joseph's (1912) | The Sister of the Wind and Other Poems (1914) | Roads (1916) | What is Your Legion (1918) | The Miller's Youngest Daughter (1924)
Joanna Rawson. Quarry (1998) | Unrest (2009)
*Clare Rossini, former English professor at Carleton College. Winter Morning with Crow (1997) | Lingo (2006)
Leslie Schultz. Still Life with Poppies: Elegies (2016) | Cloud Song (2018) | Concertina (2019)
Marcella Taylor (1933-2003). Professor of English (Emerita) at St. Olaf College. Songs for the Arawak (chapbook) | A Body That Remembers (2001)
David Walters (1945-2020)
*Karen Herseth Wee. The Book of Hearts (1994) | Before Language (chapbook) | Audio archive of Karen Herseth Wee's readings and workshops at Holden Village
If you know of a poet who should be added to this list, or if you are yourself a poet who should be added, please let me know. An asterisk (*) next to a name indicates a poet who no longer lives in Northfield, but who spent a portion of his or her career here.
Click on the title of each book to order (either from Content Bookstore in Northfield or directly from the publisher).
Diane LeBlanc, The Feast Delayed (2021)
Steve McCown, Ghosting (2020)
D.E. Green, Jumping the Median (2019)
Leslie Schultz, Concertina (2019)
Brent Christianson, Sky Beyond the Ceiling (2018)
Leslie Schultz, Cloud Song (2018)
Diane LeBlanc, This Space for Message (2017)
Rob Hardy, Domestication: Collected Poems, 1996-2016 (2017)
Leslie Schultz, Still Life with Poppies: Elegies (2016)
Kaethe Schwehn, Tanka & Me (2015)