The Note In The Mail Says: Are you still affected by 9/11?  Muse Magazine, 2010.

Lies Upon Lips, November 3rd Club, 2009.

Did You Know, Ping Pong, 2009.

Women's Quarterly Conversation

Book Review on Yusef Komunyakaa's Magic City, Web Del Sol

Blackness Slips Through Sundays, Cambodia and The Little Things, failbetter, 2009.

The Great Mother Has No Face, Eclectica, 2010.

One Can’t Write a Suicide Note in the Third Person, wicked alice, 2004.

Essay on 'Worse" by Mary Jo Bang, The National Poetry Review, 2012.

She Remembers Halloween 1994, Naugatuck River Review, 2009.

Jorani’s Dream, Hong, Chanilla, “Nights With her Father,” Tygerburning Litery Journal, 2010.

Death is not an Exit, They amputated your thighs from my hips, and
In the deep of mourning, Tygerburning Literary Journal, 2011.
What Would Have Happened, Ping Pong, 2009.

Fairytale Wedding, Lyre Lyre, October, 2011.

Babylon, Poets/Writers, January, 2012

Jordan Almonds, Naugatuck River Review, 2012.

Legacy, elimae, 2010.

Explication on "Worse" by Mary Jo Bang, The National Poetry Review, 2012.

Clade Song, Death Is Not Absolute, 2013.

In Our Small Lives, 2013.


Happy Endings/Mr. Bellers Neighborhood

Galapagos Artspace

Cafe Grumpy's

Think Coffee

Lyre Lyre

Bowery Art Space

Upstairs at Erika's

Blue Stockings


Invisible Girls, dancing girl press

Bedtime Stories, dancing girl press

You Were My Death, Kattywompus Press





Erika Lutzner is the editor of Scapegoat Review. She curates Upstairs at Erika’s, a monthly writer's salon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her work can be found in various places such as failbetter, Eclectica Magazine, and Tygerburing Literary Journal.  Her first book, Invisible Girls, by dancing girl press is now available as well as a second book, Bedtime Stories.  You Were My Death by Kattywompus Press is now available. While Everything Slipped Away will be out with Calypso Press in 2015. Erika is also a member of Calyspo Editions.