Select poetry & prose (online):

"Pelt" @ Texas Review 

"The Founding of Fauns" @ Cosmonauts Avenue

"Goose" @ New Voices

"Tracks" @ Referential Magazine

"Charlottes and Janes" @ Storyscape

Three Poems @  The Boiler

Three Poems @ Clapboard House

Three Poems @  Menacing Hedge 

Three Poems @ The Poet's Billow

"The Strangest Things Have Yet to Come:

Meditations on Home and Control,

Preservation and Endurance in Fairy Tales" at The Coil

More work can be found or is forthcoming in: Arts & Letters, Barrow Street, Booth, The Conium Review, Edible Green Mountains, The Flexible Persona, Glimmer Train, The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Harpur Palate, Illuminations, NonBinary Review, Prairie Schooner, Redactions, RHINO, Ruminate Magazine, The Salon, Texas Review, The Tishman Review, & The Writer's Chronicle.

Heart shattering and hilarious, often at the same time, On the Rocks is a bravura performance in miniature—a beautifully written, effervescently compassionate window into the inextricably bound histories, heads, and hearts of Eva and Leonora Marino.

                        —Kate Racculia

In Eva Marino, Theodora Bishop has created a hero of a daughter and a narrator. With the rapid-fire delivery of a stand-up comedian, this is a book of perfect timing – astute and laugh-out-loud funny for its social observations and hysterical range of contemporary cultural references. The comedy runs the gamut, steeped in farce, satire, prat-falls and puns worthy of the alcohol-sodden title, not to mention the mother-daughter duo’s hometown of ‘Ship Bottom.’ Throughout, the eccentric cast of characters that come and go aren’t just sources for laughter, but loveable in their vulnerability. Bishop’s first book is as full of heart as humor – a stunningly original new vision and comic voice.

                         —Anthony Caleshu

Find On the Rocks at:

TAMU Press
Barnes & Noble

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Winner of The Cupboard's 2015 Chapbook Award