Bernadette Geyer reading at Iota Poetry Series, 2013
|Born||June 16, 1968|
|Alma mater||Allegheny College|
Bernadette K. Geyer (born June 16, 1968) is a poet, writer, and editor in Washington, D.C..
She graduated from Allegheny College. She worked for the US Fuel Cell Council, and was deputy director of Fuel Cells 2000; she served as editor-in-chief of The Word Works, and works as a freelance writer/editor in Vienna, Virginia.
Her work has appeared in Hotel Amerika, The Marlboro Review, South Dakota Review, The Midwest Quarterly, The Potomac Review, Gargoyle, 32 poems, The Evansville Review, Elle.com, Sustainble Development International, The Montserrat Review, World Energy Review, and Marco Polo Magazine.
- finalist for the OSU Press/The Journal Award in Poetry, and the Richard Snyder Publication Prize from Ashland Press, for Dead Men
- 2000 Moving Words Competition.
- "WHITE HOUSE PLUMBER, 27 YEARS"; "FACTORY, MILAN"; "THE ROSE FORGETS ITS BEAUTY"; "I BECOME LIKE PROUST"; "THE FOOT REMEMBERS ITS FAVORITE SHOE"; "THREE BIRDS", Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Volume 8, Number 3, Summer 2007
- "MY MOTHER’S THUMBS", THE INNISFREE POETRY JOURNAL, September 16, 2007
- "Lessons for Acorns", The Green Tricycle
- "CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF", La Petite Zine
- "Not Necessarily in Order", Poetry Midwest, Winter 2004
- "Thumbelina’s Mother Speaks: To the Toad’s Mother", 32 Poems, Fall 2008
- What Remains. Argonne House Press. ISBN 978-1-887641-50-0.
- "Dorothy Parker". The Literary Encyclopedia. 27 April 2006.
- "Broken Hallelujahs, poems by Sean Thomas Dougherty", Montserrat Review
- "A Fuel Cell Primer", IAEI News
- Moira Richards, Rosemary Starace, Lesley Wheeler, eds. (2008). Letters to the World. Red Hen Press. ISBN 978-1-59709-099-5.
- Robert L. Giron, ed. (2005). Poetic Voices without Borders. Gival Press. ISBN 978-1-928589-30-3.
- Sarah Browning (ed.). D.C. Poets Against the War. Argonne House Press. ISBN 978-1-887641-99-9.
- "Moving Words Poetry Program". commuterpage.com. Retrieved 2015-04-03.
- Sustainable Development International. ICG Pub. 1999. ISSN 1466-4739. Retrieved 2015-04-03.
- "Bernadette Geyer | Directory of Writers | Poets & Writers". pw.org. Retrieved 2015-04-03.
- "Marlbororeview.com". marlbororeview.com. Retrieved 2015-04-03.
- "Four Poets to Open Poetry at Noon Series - News Releases (Library of Congress)". loc.gov. Retrieved 2015-04-03.