Maggie Bowyer

Maggie Bowyer

Poet, cat parent, and author of various poetry collections (they/them/theirs)

Greensboro, North Carolina

@maggie.writes //

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About Maggie

Maggie is a poet, cat parent, and the author of various poetry collections including Ungodly (2022) and When I Bleed (2021). They are an essayist with a focus on Endometriosis, chronic pain, and trauma. They have been featured in Bourgeon MagazineCapsule StoriesPlainsongs Poetry MagazineThe Abbey ReviewTroublemaker FirestarterWishbone Words, and more. They were the Editor-in-Chief of The Lariat Newspaper, a quarter-finalist in Brave New Voices 2016, and a Marilyn Miller Poet Laureate.

Ungodly by Maggie Bowyer

Interview with Maggie Bowyer

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When I Bleed: Poems about Endometriosis by Maggie Bowyer

What projects are you most proud of?
I want to say my next project, but it’s not even finished yet! If I had to pick one of my current projects, I would definitely have to say WHEN I BLEED: POEMS ABOUT ENDOMETRIOSIS. People have held that book so close and I am honored by the love it has received. I never thought people all across the world would read one of my books. I was even asked to be a part of an exhibition in Whales where words from WHEN I BLEED were put next to fantastic photographs. I was truly in awe. 

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