Image Description: The poet Emily Rose Cole sits in a chair in a room lit by natural light. She wears a red velvet dress and her eyes are turned down, looking at an open book.

Recent News

October 1, 2019: My poem “Spell for the End of the MS Flare” appears in Issue 55 of Rogue Agent.

September 26, 2019: The Cincinnati Review Blog interviews me about disability-as-metaphor and ableism in literary spaces.

September 22, 2019: My poem “What Makes a Pearl” is featured in Ted Kooser’s American Life in Poetry Project, appearing on its weekly column and on the Poetry Foundation’s website.

September 11, 2019: My poem “Pain Spell” appears in issue 13 of the disability-focused journal "Wordgathering.

June 11th, 2019: My first short Creative Nonfiction essay, “How Can I Keep” appears in Hobart Online

April 18th, 2019: My guest blog post “You Are Already A Poet” appears in the Superstition Review Blog

March 11th, 2019: My poem “Post-Checkup, I don’t watch the State of the Union” appears in SWWIM Every Day.