Emily Linstrom



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Carve Magazine

Q&A with Poetry Contributor Emily Linstrom

" The Graces always struck me as ultimate #squadgoals..."


The Ballad of Olivia Hussey

Is it a revolution if everyone's doing it?

Nature Studies Journal

Poem: "Oracle"

Once I inhabited my body like a Trojan horse...

Quail Bell Magazine

The Traits You Take

​Somewhere in your ancestral villa lives a woman who slices persimmons like she was born to handle knives and babies

Nature Studies Journal

Oops! I Dropped The Lemon Tart

Inspired by Massimo Bottura's famous dessert

Quail Bell Magazine

Photo Tale: Ash Birthday

Birthday musings, witchy images.

Nature Studies Journal

Notes From My Travels + 2 Poems

Poems and reflections from my summer in Italy & Greece

Yes, Poetry

Emily Linstrom: Special Feature

1 year anniversary of my Featured Poet pieces on seduction, loss, women, and Castro's Cuba.

ROAR Magazine


"my language like the knife that slices the oyster, savoring the gore as much— if not more— than the delicacy of meat"

Rain Magazine

Poem: Flight For Valeri

Written in thanks for a year of shipwrecks + wonders

Project Naked

Every Curve is a Word

Tapping me like a keg marked "Woman"

The Pedestal Magazine

Poem: Only Aria


Misfit Magazine

Two Poems

Latin lovers and childhood remnants

Local Nomad


We are such stuff as dreams are made on---are dreams, therefore, the stuff of us?

The Literary Bohemian

Cretan Love Letter

A decade ago, a different Greece.

Homestead Review

Two Poems

One about a brother who died before I was born, but had he lived I’d not be here; the other about the mysteries of suburban women.

Rose Red Review

Issue No. 11, Winter 2014

"Heirloom," in memory of my grandmother

Eunoia Review

Blonde Bronte

I carved out my flesh with breast-cupped shells, pressed until the blood mixed with the spit, till I perspired pearls and rose like Venus through all your girls, the trapdoor in...

Mixed Media