Forthcoming in 2018 from Brighthorse Books:
The Night Horse: New and Selected Poems
This volume pulls together work from Reichard's first five collections of poetry, and offers a substantial selection of new work.
In 2017, Mid-List Press closed, and Reichard's collections How To (2004), This Brightness (2007) and Sin Eater (2010) were no longer in print. The Night Horse: New and Selected Poems, will feature work from these out-of-print collections, in addition to work from Reichard's first collection, An Alchemy in the Bones (1999) and his most recent collection, Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity (2016).
News and Upcoming Events: December 2017 update
Visit this website again for a schedule of readings to be held in 2018.
Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity is reviewed by Emily Marie Buehler in The Corresponder: Fan Letter on Minnesota Writers (Fall 2016.)
Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity is review by Walter R. Holland in the Lambda Literary Review
Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinityis featured on Small Press Distribution Recommends 07/14/2016:
Fifth Collection Published!
Reichard's fifth full-length collection, Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity, was published by Broadstone Books (Franklin, KY) in June 2016. Copies may be ordered at:
Reichard's chapbook, As Breath in Winter, was released by MIEL Books in June 2015. You may order copies at:
Check out these recent publications by William Reichard:
Chapter One from Sun, Moon, Stars (a novel). Embark Literary Journal (Issue Three, January 2018).
"A Bird, A Plane," "Animals, Zen," "What the World Asks of Us," "I Don't Mind the Rain." Metafore Magazine (Winter 2017).
"The Poison Garden at Alnwick Castle." Panoplyzine.
"Midwest Landscape: Abandoned House" and
"Recent Sightings."The Wild Word (Haunted Issue). (2017).
"First Photograph of a Snowflake" "American Fairy Tale" and
"Midwest Landscape: Vanishing Structures."Sheila-Na-Gig (2017).
"Portrait of Viola."The Writer's Almanac (broadcast 08/24/2016).
"Midwest Landscapes: Unexplained Death" and
"Midwest Landscapes: Long Gravel Drive."
Watershed Review (www.csuchio.edu/watershed).
"What My Mother Hears."Poetry South (8.1, 2016).
"Klaus Nomi: Five Poems." Assaracus (Issue 24, Oct. 2016).
"Morning/Mourning (2013)" "Prayer." Soul-Lit (Summer 2016).
"In the Spring Garden." Chelsea Station (Summer 2016).
"On Sunday We Slide Into the Mud of Our Dreams" "On the Invention of the Moving Image." The Good Men Project (2016).
“No Love Lost” “SOS” “Suture.” West Trade Review (Spring 2015).
“Slipping” “Late in the Season.”Switched-on Gutenberg (20.1, October 2014).
"A Trip Down Market Street" in the Blue Lyra Review Anthology. M.E. Silverman, Editor. Charleston, SC: Blue Lyra, 2014
"Palimpsest" in Between: New Gay Poetry. Jameson Currier, Editor. New York: Chelsea Station Editions, 2014