Mary Alexandra Agner

I sing the body scientific write things. If you'd like to keep in touch about my work, please subscribe to my newsletter here.

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I've set up a Patreon for those folks interested in reading poems relating recent science news.

"The Miles Before Sleep" is up at Autumn Sky Poetry Daily.

My Science@Work interview featuring Valerie L. Buxton is out in the February 2017 issue of Muse. It doesn't mention that the call of a male Cope's gray treefrog sounds like a guiro, but it does tell you lots of other fascinating things about these frogs and how they help us.

My YA science fiction short story "Consolidating Dad"—featuring light-up press-on nails and the dream machine—is now out in the November/December 2016 issue of Muse.

The Scientific Method is available from Parallel Press. It includes poems about the Navier-Stokes equations, Barbara McClintock, moss, and other intriguing scientific topics. Email me if you'd like to purchase an autographed copy.

Disambiguation: the pantoum is a poetic form derived from Malay verse.