Published Works

Links to Joshua's Published Works Online

"12:01 AM"
and translation in Sequoyah Cherokee Syllabic

Poem from Becoming Vulnerable, published in Sequoyah Cherokee River Journal,

Issue 3. June 22, 2020 (online). Also, in-print. "12:01 AM" is here in both English and Sequoyah Cherokee Syllabic. Translated by Native American Translator Mysti S. Milwee. "12:01 AM" was first published in Al-Khemia Poetica on September 3, 2019, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2019. Read more here.

"Lost Tao"

Poem "Lost Tao (thoughts on the nation and my soul C+ passed)" published in Spectrum Publishing, Special Edition: Schooldaze. June 17, 2020. Read more here.

"Rosh Hashanah - September 11, 2018"

Poem from Becoming Vulnerable featured on The Art of Autism. Read more here.

"Hello grandpa"
& "The Update"

Two poems from Becoming Vulnerable published in Placeholder Press, "Archive." December 31, 2019. Read more here.

"12:01 AM"

Poem "12:01 AM," from Becoming Vulnerable, published in The Ephimiliar Journal. January 20, 2020. "12:01 AM" was first published in Al-Khemia Poetica on September 3, 2019, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize that same year. Read more here.

"12:01 AM," "Still forsaken" & "The gate
is not a gate"

Three poems from Becoming Vulnerable published in Ginosko Literary Journal, Issue #24. March 25, 2020. Read more here.

"12:01 AM"

Poem from Becoming Vulnerable published in Al-Khemia Poetica. September 3, 2019. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2019. Read more here.

"12:01 AM"

Poem from Becoming Vulnerable, published in poeticdiversity. April 2020. "12:01 AM" was first published in Al-Khemia Poetica on September 3, 2019, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2019. Read more here.

Podcast Review

Trish promotes Joshua's Online Podcast, "Assiduous Dust." Read more here.

"Psémaopsis (ψέμαὄψις)"

Spectrum Publishing,
Special Edition: Cento

Poem "Psémaopsis" published in Spectrum Publishing, Special Edition: Cento. October 26, 2019. Pasadena, CA. Available in-print. 

Joshua Corwin's "Psémaopsis (ψέμαὄψις)" is a word-cento of William Cullen Bryant's "Thanatopsis." The title is a combination of the Greek word ψέμα meaning "untruth"/"lie" and ὄψις meaning "sight"/"view." Bryant's piece is meditation on death; Corwin's is a meditation on a lie — particularly the lie that there's an afterlife.

"SALT"

Spectrum Publishing,
Vol. 20

Poem "Salt" published in Spectrum Publishing, Vol. 20. "Who's Your Honey?" August 31, 2019. Pasadena, CA. Available in-print.

"Oxymoron"

Spectrum Publishing,
Vol. 21

Poem "Oxymoron" published in Spectrum Publishing, Vol. 21. "Who won?" November 30, 2019. Pasadena, CA. Available in-print.

"It will follow you home"

Spectrum Publishing,
Vol. 22

Poem "It will follow you home" published in Spectrum Publishing, Vol. 22. "Leap Through." February 29, 2020. Pasadena, CA. Available in-print. 

"It will follow you home" is not only a stream-of-consciousness poem, but also unedited (including line formatting) and composed with both hands during a guided meditation in a dim-lit room.

"T'Shuvah"

Spectrum Publishing,
Vol. 23

Poem "T'Shuvah" published in Spectrum Publishing, Vol 23. "To Be or Not..." June 6, 2020. Pasadena, CA. Available in-print.

 

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