Sharon Mesmer (born December 5, 1960 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American writer. Born in the windy city, she moved to New York City in 1988 and has since made the East Coast of the United States her home. She is a two time New York Foundation for the Arts fellow in poetry. Mesmer is considered to be a member of the Flarf poetry movement.
Crossing Second Avenue (ABJ Books, Japan, 1997)
Half Angel, Half Lunch (HArd PRess, 1998)
Vertigo Seeks Affinities (Belladonna Books, 2006)
Annoying Diabetic Bitch (Combo Books, 2008)
The Virgin Formica (Hanging Loose Press, 2008)
The Empty Quarter (Hanging Loose Press, 2000)
Ordinary Time (Hanging Loose Press, 2005)
Ma Vie a Yonago (Hachette Litteratures, France, 2005)
- The Virgin Formica. Hanging Loose Press: Brooklyn, NY (2008).
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