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by Jill McDonough

"The Drinking Fountain" (Take Magazine, 2017)

 "Lyric Essentials:  Jill McDonough Reads 'To His Mistress Going to Bed' by John Donne"

"Jill McDonough On Jokes" (The Threepenny Review, 2015)

"Jill McDonough Interviews Todd Hearon" (Memorious, 2015)

"Knowing Adrienne Rich's 'Song'" (Critical Flame, 2014)

SUBMITATHON! as Applied Feminist Epistemology:  Rejecting Models of Scarcity, Believing in Plenty (VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, 2014)

Japanese War Balloons (New England Review, 2014)

 Ten Questions for The Next Big Thing (The Massachusetts Review, 2014)

"Making Fun of Heterosexuality" (Harvard's Woodberry Poetry Room, 2014)

"Elizabeth Bishop, Valentine" (Los Angeles Review of Books, 2013)

"Primary Sources: Getting Your Students to Stop Writing About What They Know" (Poetry Foundation, 2013)

"Here's What I Think"  (Mass Poetry, 2012)

"Stepping Into Memory: A Personal Account of Susan Mikula's American Bond Cycle" (George Lawson Gallery, 2012)

"A Natural History of My Marriage" (The Rumpus, 2011)


with Jill McDonough

Clint Smith, "The Lifelong Learning of Lifelong Inmates" in The Atlantic Monthly

Jill McDonough Reads John Donne's "To His Mistress Going to Bed"

UMass Boston Outstanding Faculty: Poet Jill McDonough

Seven Questions for MFA Program Director Jill McDonough

Massachusetts Poetry Festival Interview

The Rumpus Interview with Jill McDonough

Minnesota Review Interview

Boston Globe Bibliophile Interview

Boston Athenaeum Author

National Endowment for the Arts Writers' Corner: Jill McDonough

from Best American Poetry:  In Praise of Jill McDonough's Habeas Corpus

The Rumpus on "Accident, Mass. Ave."

Breakwater Review: Getting Sloppy with Jill McDonough

Billy Sothern: Villon's Epitaph, Jill McDonough, and the Possibility of Political Art

Radio Open Source.  Whose Words These Are: Jill McDonough