Terhi K. Cherry

POETRY

 

Terhi K. Cherry's work appears in TIMBER, Rogue Agent, Literary Mama, Un(mother) Anthology & Film, and elsewhere. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Cultural Daily, and her debut chapbook is forthcoming in 2022. Terhi lives in Los Angeles and facilitates poetry for personal growth.

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SELECTED & FORTHCOMING

As I Descend, My Mother Calls a Taxi - Thimble Literary Magazine (forthcoming Sept, 2022)

Troubleshooting Loss - SWWIM Every Day (forthcoming Sept, 2022)

Horse Girl Hanging - TIMBER (Summer 11.2, 2021)

The Night I Sleep in the Nursery - Literary Mama (July/Aug 2021)

When Are You Having Children? - Rogue Agent (June 1, 2021)

Perhaps the Life I'll Never Have - Un(mother) Anthology (May 23, 2021)

How to Save a Meringue - Un(mother) Anthology (May 23, 2021)

There Will Be a Day You Meet Yourself at the River's Edge  - Un(mother) Anthology (May 23, 2021)

Driving Through Death Valley - Cultural Weekly (Feb 25, 2021) 

At Denny's - Cultural Weekly (Feb 25, 2021)

 

A Woman Alone - Vox Viola Literary Magazine (Issue 2, 2020)

 

A Gaping Wound - Vox Viola Literary Magazine (Issue 2, 2020)

 

In Superposition - The Wild Word (Issue 49, 2020)

 

Entanglement - ONTHEBUS (Issue 24, 2020)

PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATION

 

Driving Through Death Valley - Cultural Daily (2021) 

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The poem appeared in the Un(mother) film/digital art piece, born from a Growing Poetry project, and showcased as part of Brighton Fringe festival (May-June 2021). The Un(mother) film and anthology amplify the voices of all women who do not have children: from those who chose this path, to women whose bodies or circumstances made that choice for them.

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