Cat Dixon is the author of Eva and Too Heavy to Carry (Stephen F. Austin University Press), and the chapbooks The Book of Levinson and Our End Has Brought the Spring (Finishing Line Press), and Table for Two (Poet's Haven). Her newest poetry collection, What Happens in Nebraska, was released from Stephen F. Austin Press this fall. Cat is a poetry editor with The Good Life Review and an adjunct instructor at the University of Nebraska, Omaha.
Her poetry and reviews have appeared in numerous journals including Sugar House Review, Midwest Quarterly Review, Coe Review, Eclectica, and Mid-American Review. Recent poems have appeared in Parentheses Journal, Lowecroft Chronicle, and SWWIM Every Day.
She has poems (co-written with Trent Walters) in They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing (Black Lawrence Press, 2018). She was the co-editor of Watching the Perseids: The Backwaters Press Twentieth Anniversary Anthology (BWP, 2017).
Poems nominated for a Pushcart:
Viewmaster, what will you reveal tonight (Paddler Press, 2022)
My lover has left and everything is worse now (Coastal Shelf, 2021)
At the Mediation Table (Gordon Square Review, 2018)
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Cat's work appears in Nebraska Poetry: A Sesquicentennial Anthology, 1867–2017, edited by Daniel Simon. Click here.
Cat's poems appear in The Untidy Season: An Anthology of Nebraska Women Poets. Find out more by clicking here.