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Sandra Jean McPherson (born August 2, 1943) is an American poet.
- A Pumpkin at New Year’s, Poetry online
- Black Soap, Poetry (February 1980)
- Eschatology, Poetry (April 1970)
- For Elizabeth Bishop, Poetry online
- Grouse, Poetry (March 2006)
- Lions , Poetry online
- Peddler, Poetry online
- Resigning from a Job in a Defense Industry , Poetry online
- Seaweeds, Poetry (November 1972)
- The Delicacy, Poetry online
- Triolet, Poetry (July 1973)
- Pisces Child, Poetry365
- A Vigil, 2 a.m., County Jail, Ploughshares (Spring 1999)
- In Her Image, Ploughshares (Spring 1999)
- Ridge Road, Ploughshares (Winter 1987)
- Sonnet for a Singer, Ploughshares (Winter 1987)
- Elegies for the Hot Season, Indiana University Press (Bloomington), 1970
- Radiation, Ecco Press (New York City), 1973.
- The Year of Our Birth, Ecco Press, 1978.
- Sensing, Meadow Press (San Francisco), 1980.
- Patron Happiness, Ecco Press, 1983.
- Pheasant Flower, Owl Creek Press (Missoula, MT), 1985.
- Floralia, illustrations by Claire Van Vliet, Janus Press (Portland, OR), 1985.
- Responsibility for Blue, Trilobite Press (Denton, TX), 1985.
- At the Grave of Hazel Hall, Ives Street Press (Sweden, ME), 1988.
- Streamers, Ecco Press, 1988.
- Designating Duet, Janus Press (West Burke, VT), 1989.
- The God of Indeterminacy, University of Illinois Press, 1993.
- Edge Effect: Trails and Portrayals, University Press of New England (Hanover, NH), 1996.
- The Spaces between Birds: Mother/Daughter Poems, 1967–1995, University Press of New England, 1996.
- Beauty in Use, Janus Press, 1997.
- "A Visit to Civilization", Wesleyan, 2002.
- "Handmade Definition of Obscurity", Janus, 2005 (a broadside).
- "Expectation Days", Illinois, 2007.
- "Certain Uncollected Poems", Ostrakon, 2012.
- Journey from Essex: Poems for John Clare, Graywolf Press (Port Townsend, WA), 1981.
- The Pushcart Prize XIV: Best of the Small Presses, 1989-90, (with Bill Henderson and Laura Jensen), Pushcart Press (Wainscott, NY), 1989.
- "Swan Scythe Press", (Davis, CA), founder and editor, 1999-2011.
- Ingram Merrill Foundation grants
- National Endowment of the Arts fellowships
- Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
- American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters award