Online + In Print • Simmons Buntin
Simmons Buntin is a certified Project Management Professional, web program manager, team leader, editor of an award-winning online literary journal, writer, and all-around good guy.
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Prose, Poetry, and More

Online + In Print

Simmons Buntin has published a fair mix of prose, poetry, interviews, multimedia, and more online and in print, including the following prose and poetry available online (scroll down for full list of publications):

Prose

“Poetry, Ecology, and Place in a Technological World”
October 18, 2016, Literary Introduction, Southern Utah University

“Skinny Legs, a Bully, and Inspiration”
July 15, 2014, North American Review Blog

“Garden Beds”
January 2014, Edible Baja Arizona

“Aftertude, or the Five Stages of Loss: Simmons B. Buntin Remembering Jake Adam York”
February 4, 2013, Essay Daily

“Dirty Words on Mount St. Helens” [with photo gallery]
December 30, 2012, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments

“Virtual Sense of Place: Terrain.org and the Online Nexus of Literature and Environment”
2009, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment Ecological Media Presentation

“Songbird”
2009, Hawk & Handsaw: The Journal of Creative Sustainability (reprinted in Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments)

“Calendars of Sun and Moon”
Spring/Summer 2007, Weber Studies: Voices and Viewpoints of the Contemporary West (now Weber: The Contemporary West)

“A Taco Stand in Every Neighborhood”
Summer/Fall 2007, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments

“The Good Suburb”
August 2000, Bulletin of Science, Technology, and Society

Poetry

“Plastic”
October 2010 (with a photo by Chris Jordan), Kyoto Journal

“On Considering the Universe, Sweet Acacias Blooming between Sidewalk and Street”
Spring 2010, Spiral Orb

“Antler Among Poppies”
“Sting”
“Thorn”
“Amazon.com”

Summer 2009 (30th Anniversary Issue), Corridors

“Flare”
Spring 2008, Whiskey Island Magazine (also featured on Verse Daily, November 8, 2008)

“Wild Mint”
September/October 2007, Orion

“Shower”
“Float”
“Great American Chicken”
“Opuntia”
Spring/Summer 2006, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments

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