PUBLISHED BOOKS [click on titles in orange, or sub-tabs under the POETRY Main Page, to see excerpts, along with links for ordering each book -- all except The Poet in the Park are available in both softcover and ebook formats]
A Year of Haiku (Xlibris, 2013)
Light From the Left; poems on paintings by Rembrandt
(Xlibris, 2013) also see book's website LightFromTheLeft.com
Sonora Spring Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2013)
Pineywoods Summer Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2014)
Rockies Autumn Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2014)
Coastal Bend Winter Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2014)
LaNana Creek Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2014)
Lady Slipper Trail Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2016)
Konza Tallgrass Prairie Haiku; poems & photographs (Xlibris, 2017)
The Poet in the Park - Wallace Stevens and Elizabeth Park; poems &
photographs ( Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2017)
The Long Hot Summer 2022; Haiku & photographs. Xlibris, 2022)
MY HISTORY IN POETRY
[in progress -- will include samples of earlier poems]
AWARDS FOR POETRY
Hopwood Writing Award for Poetry, University of Michigan, spring 1963 (manuscript "Run as Rain")
Hopwood Writing Award for Poetry, University of Michigan, spring 1965 (manuscript "White Wine and Vinegar")
Academy of American Poets Prize, University of Denver, 1971 (poem "Childless")
Norma Lowry Memorial Prize, Washington University in St. Louis, 1975 (poem "A woman bathing [Rembrandt painting], 1655"
INDIVIDUAL POEMS PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS & ANTHOLOGIES
"Long after" in Overtones Winter 1960, Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor Michigan.
"Esperando" (poem in Spanish, plus translation), "Plains Winter," and four untitled poems: "They're gone now, all the faces," "The wonder of the little," "A high black head with blue-black veins," and "It rained while night was going past" in Overtones Spring 1962, Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor Michigan.
"Autumn tightens, ripe" in The Poetry Bag 1(5) Fall 1967 (as Judith Larue).
"April at trees' ankles" in The Laurel Review 8(1) Spring 1968 (as Judith Larue)
"Canada geese" in Michigan Quarterly 8(4) Fall 1969 (as Judith LaRue). As of July 2015, this poem was also posted on the website of the Legacy Land Conservancy based in Ann Arbor MI.
"The sexes, composing" in B. Fischer (Ed), All-Time Favorite Poetry, 1970 (as Judith Larue).
"Cain's tales" in Cafe Solo Number 2, 1970 (as Judith Larue).
"Epitaph;" "An apple for mother;" and "With red gills, the child swims" in Foothills 14(1) Winter 1971, University of Denver (as J. Larue).
"Shepherd's calendar" in Foothills 14(2) Spring 1971, University of Denver (as J. Larue).
"Powell in DC" in K. Lauter, Grand Canyon Days, Xlibris, 2011; p. 53 (as Judith Lauter).
"The Hartford in purple light" in K. Lauter, Searching for Mr. Stevens, Xlibris, 2011; p. 97.
"Something I never did," "Michelangelo's David remembers," and "Microbes II" in K. Lauter, The Structure of the Body, Xlibris, 2012; pp. 31, 43, 85.
"Long Winters North of Where the Mind Leans," in The Wallace Stevens Journal, Fall 2016.
Four haiku which were included in the "Pollinators of the World" gallery show in Nacogdoches in 2017 (see the Main Page, Recent Events, under the Photography/Art tab, above), were published in the fine art press book for the show, titled Pollinators of the World; A tribute in poetry, prose, and images, Charles D. Jones and David Kulhavy, Eds., LaNana Creek Press, Nacogdoches TX, 2018. The haiku titles were: "Bats and Saguaro", "Butterflies and Blooms", "Beetles and Yucca", and "Bees Dance the Great Sun/Flower/Hive". (In the show, the haiku accompanied four of my digital drawings of the same subjects.)
"Clouds over Crossroads Mall in San Antonio," in Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the
Environment, In Press.
POEMS QUOTED IN REVIEWS, ETC.
"Trees sleep, too" quoted in K. Lauter, "Desperate Quest: A poet looks at sustainability," in J. Williams & W. Forbes (Eds), Toward a more livable world; Social dimensions of sustainability, Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2012; p. 109.
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