Publications and Reviews



“A Practical Poetics.” The Paterson Literary Review 26(1997): 40. Print.

“Accident.” Apiary Blog. 19 Sep. 2007. Web.

“Again.” Voices International. 26.4(1991):20. Print.

“At Home.” Chronogram. Jan. 2009: 48. Print.

“Ellenville, NY.” Puerto Del Sol 30.1 (1995): 141. Print.

“Fractals of Rain.” Lifeblood: Woodstock Poetry Society Anthology. Ed. Trina Porte. Woodstock: Woodstock Poetry Society, 2011. 28-29. Print.

“Freshman Composition.” The Paterson Literary Review 32(2003): 82. Print.

“I Walked.” Celebrating William Carlos Williams and the Poetry of Place: North Jersey in Poetry. Ed. Maria Mazziotti Gillan. Paterson: Passaic County Community College, 2008. 75-76. Print.

“Kites over Havana.” Apiary Blog. 19 Jan. 2014. Web.

“Matryoshka”and “For Those Who Do Not Read Poems.” The Paterson Literary Review 28(1999): 60-61. Print.

“Past the Half-Life of Grief.” Lifeblood: Woodstock Poetry Society Anthology. Ed. Trina Porte. Woodstock: Woodstock Poetry Society, 2011. 30. Print.

“Philosophy.” Chronogram. Jun 2009: 50. Print.

“Seamstress.” The Chronogram. Jul 2007: 56. Print.

“Slow Truths Ripening.” Princeton Arts Review 2.1(Fall 1997): 75. Print.

“Snow Angels.” Newsmagazine of the Fulbright Commission. Winter 2002: 59. Print.

“Song of the Cranes.” “My City,” “Let Me Be You,” Exposed (Literary Magazine of Dutchess Community College). (Spring 2005):1. Print.

“Tattoos.” Chronogram. Oct. 2009: 56. Print.

“The Violence of Things Unnoticed.” Chronogram. Nov. 2010: 50. Print.

“There Should Be.” Chronogram. 21.4(2013): 77. Print.

“This Poem I Can’t Write.” Concourse (SUNY—Binghamton) 9(1992): 12-13.77. Print.

“Untitled” and “Ulster Heights, NY.” Riverine: an Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers. Ed. Laurence Carr. New Paltz: Codhill Press, 2007: 181, 282. Print.

“Winter Morning: Montclair.” Chronogram. Aug. 2010: 50. Print.

“Witness.” Chronogram Jul. 2012: 80. Print.

“Writing at the Center.” Associated Writing Programs Pedagogy Papers (1997): 110. Print.

“You Tell Me,” “Ask Yourself,” and “What Words?” Gulfstreaming (publication of Florida International University). Eds. John Dufresne and Cindy Chinelly. Spring (2003): 3. Print.

“Your Silence,” “Lost Language,” and “Munich.” Newsmagazine of the German-American Fulbright Commission. Winter 1983: 27. Print.


“Arthur Maynard: Artist and Mentor.” American Art Review. 27(1): 70-111. Feb. 2015.  Print.

“In My Dream.” (Autobiographical ). Laura Cheney Art Blog. Web. 13 Sept. 2012.

“Salt” (An autobiographical essay). Really: A Journal of Creative Nonfiction at Dutchess Community College. Ed. Carol Kushner. Poughkeepsie: Dutchess Community College, 2006. 9-11. Print.

“Train.” The Paterson Literary Review 26(1992): 163-165. Print.


“Music, Imagery, and Performance in First-Year Writing.” Multiple Intelligences, Howard Gardner, and New Methods of College Teaching. Ed. Clyde Coreil. Jersey City: Publications of NJ City University, 2003. 13-18. Print.

Review of The City in Which I Love You. Li-Young Lee. The Cream City Review 15.2(Fall 1991): 187.Print.


“Writing at the Center.” Associated Writing Programs Pedagogy Papers (1997): 110. Print.

“What I Saw.” Reading Objects 2008. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art/State University of New York at New Paltz. New Paltz, NY: 2008. Print.

Reviews and Mention of Creative Work 

Denny, Scott and Ben Hodges. “Architecture,” by Christina Turczyn. Dir. Virlana Tkacz. Theatre World. 66(2009-2010):334. Print.

Froliak, Maria. “Re-Imagine Art Festival at the Ukrainian Institute of America.” Rev. of festival as a   collective work. New York Arts: The International Guide to the Art World. 21 Feb 2013. Print.

Grennan, Eamon. “Judge’s Introduction.” Rev. of Vanguard Voices of the Hudson Valley poetry submissions by Christina Turczyn. ” Ed. Nan Alderson. New Paltz: Mohonk Mountain Stage Company, Inc., 19 (2007):76. Print.

Petrovich Cheney, Laura. “Three Must-See New Jersey Exhibits.” Rev. of “Artpride NJ Facebook Friends Gallery”, including work by Christina Turczyn. Web.12 Aug 2012.

Review of “GOGOL/HOHOL : Contemporary Artists, Writers, and Performers React to the Master.”  Slavic and East European Performance. New York:  Institute for Contemporary East European Drama and Theater. 20.1(2000). Print.


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