Catherine B. Krause is a queer, disabled, and trans Ashkenazi woman living in Niagara Falls, NY. Her writing has appeared in Rabbit Ears: TV Poems (NYQ Books 2015), Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Rabbit: A Journal for Non-Fiction Poetry, and Argot Magazine. She is the recipient of the 2018 MARY Editors’ Prize in Poetry.
- Treason Cantos: Poems 2014-2017 (set your own price). It is also available on various other sites for a fixed price. You can also get it for free directly from this site as a PDF or ODT or in various formats at archive.org.
- Ignore This Book: Songs of Discomfort (set your own price). It is also available on various other e-book sites for a fixed price. You can also get it for free directly from this site as a PDF or an ODT, or in various formats at archive.org.
- Learning to Miss, a collection-in-progress available at archive.org.
- “carrot” published in the inaugural issue of Glintmoon.
- “Hot Take” published in Cockroach Conservatory, Vol. 2: The Glory of Man: The Rise and Fall of the Reality Soldier.
- “dragonbears,” “Anemone of the People,” “He Moved Astonishingly Fast,” “It,” and “white noise” published in Geek Out! Queer Pop Art, Lit & Ideas.
- “Yellow” and “Donald Trump Keeps Showing Up In My Poems Uninvited” published in Igxante: An Ontology, of which Catherine became a co-editor after acceptance.
- “Shopping” and “On Throwing Oneself at the Ground and Missing” posted at Argot Magazine
Recently-Enjoyed Online Poems (English)
- “Abdelzack” by Rukhsar Palla
- “It Is Difficult to Speak of the Night” by Jack Gilbert
- “Letter for Lezley” by Tyler Odeneal
- “Paranoia” by Julian Olson
- “Sacred” by Steve Klepetar
- “Scorpion” by Andrea Hollander
- “Such Luck” by Sara Backer
Recently-Enjoyed Online Poems (Non-English)
- “Ay koza triste en ser Sefaradi” by David Fintz y Altabé (Judeo-Spanish with French translation)
- whatismygender.com, the only gender generator you’ll ever need
All of Catherine’s work is released into the public domain shortly after publication, as soon as she gets the rights back to the pieces in question. For a list of current exceptions (i.e. work she does not currently have the rights to), see the License page.
Catherine accepts recurring donations via the platform LiberaPay, which itself is integrated with the PayPal and Stripe platforms. Apart from this, it is possible to support Catherine’s work by buying it at Smashwords or at many other e-book stores.
- Non-existent, but this is probably the closest thing.
Though her work is in the public domain, Catherine still has some non-obligatory requests for people seeking to use her work:
- Attribution: Catherine always appreciates being attributed.
- Similar license: Wherever possible, Catherine requests that derivatives of her work be free to reproduce and free to make derivative works from (even if they are not necessarily public domain).
- Non-exploitation: In the rare case that someone makes a significant amount of money off her work, Catherine requests to be given her share.
Again these are not obligations, just good things to do with any artist. Truly exploitative people are obviously just going to ignore the above requests, but Catherine has put them there for people who don’t want to be like that.