Nebraska Center for Writers

Chimney Rock Selected Publications
of Hilda Raz


All Odd and Splendid, Wesleyan UP, Summer 2008.

What Happens, Bison Books, U of Nebraska Press, 2009.

What Becomes You, co-written with Aaron Raz Link, U of Nebraska P, 2006.

Trans, Wesleyan UP, 2001

Truly Bone, 1999

Divine Honors, Wesleyan UP, 1997

What Is Good, Thorntree Press, 1988

What Happens, 1986


The Bone Dish, State Street Press, 1989


The Best of Prairie Schooner: Fiction and Poetry. U of Nebraska P, 2001.

The Best of Prairie Schooner: Personal Essays. Co-editor, Kate Flaherty. U of Nebraska P, 2000.

Living in the Margins: Women Writers on Breast Cancer. Persea Books, 2000

The Prairie Schooner Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Writing (1998)


Plains Sense of Things 2: Eight Poets from Lincoln, Nebraska (features Behrendt, Strayer, Raz, Kloefkorn, Kooser, Saiser, Scheele, Hansen). Sandhills Press, 1997.

"Diction," "What Happens," All My Grandmothers Could Sing: Poems by Nebraska Women, Free Rein Press

"Accident," Alternatives: An American Poetry Anthology, Best Cellar Press

Forty Nebraska Poets

"November Night Driving," The Art and Craft of Poetry, Ed. Michael Bugeja. North Light Books, 1994.

"Teaching Hurt," "For Barbara, Who Brings Me a Green Stone in the Shape of a Triangle." The Bread Loaf Anthology of Contemporary Nature Poetry. Eds. Robert Pack and Jay Parini. A Middlebury College Book, University Press of New England, 1993.

"Dishes." Trans Xiao-fei Tian. Poetry. Ed. Zhang Zhi-min. The Chinese Writers' Association (March 1991).

"Three Ways of Looking at It," "My Dream, Your Dream." The Decade Dance: An Anthology. Ed. Mark Sanders. Sandhills Press, 1991.

"Inside the Gees." The State Street Reader. Ed. Judith Kitchen. State Street Press, 1990.


"Openings / Working / Walking," The Laurel Review, vol. 30, no. 1 (Winter, 1996), 30.

"My Dream, Your Dream," Denver Quarterly

"Restraint" (originally "Late March"), Earth's Daughters

"My Daughter Home from College Tells Me About the Gods," Pennsylvania Review

"Town/Country," Plainsongs

"September: Getting Married Again," "That's Something" (originally "Something"), Whole Notes

"Trope" and "Axe-earrings," Women's Review of Books

"Isaac Stern's Performance" and "Insomnia Again," Judaism, Summer 1995

"Service" and "Breast/fever," Ploughshares

Weathering/Boundaries/What Is Good" and "Riddle," Literature and Medicine, XIV.1 (Spring 1995).

"Cobb's Hill Pond," "Sarah's Response," "I Hear the Name of the Moon and Am Afraid," and "Sarah Among Animals," The Colorado Review, XXI.2 (Fall 1994).

"Chigger Socks," "For Barbara, Who Brings Me a Green Stone in the Shape of a Triangle." The Women's Review of Books. 10 (1992): 21.

"Day-old Bargain," "Daylight Savings." The Women's Review of Books. 9 (1992): 18.

Poems in North American Review, Poetry Miscellany, The Colorado Review, Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, Southern Review, Puerto del Sol


Women's Review of Books, Judaism, Literature in Medicine


Finalist, Lambda Book Award, What Becomes You, 2008.

Editor, Scholar, and Fellow, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference

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