"In a Black Tank Top" in Best American Poetry 2015

"Turtleneck" in Bared: Contemporary Poetry and Art on Bras and Breasts



"A Paltry Light" in Charleston Currents' Palmetto Poem series

"The Force" in Heavy Feather Review's #NotMyPresident series

"Desperately Seeking" In Connotations Press: An Online Artifact

"Binya, Comya" in Illuminations: An International Magazine of Contemporary Writing

"Shock" in Mead

"In a Black Tank Top" in Rattle

"Slow Weight of Snow" in Naugatuck River Review

"Turtleneck"in Southeast Review

"The Chorus" in Gulf Stream Magazine

"Noli Me Tangere" and "Foreign Language" in The Spoon River Poetry Review

"Lamentation for the Grieving" in Tar River Poetry



In 2016, she received the Carrie McCray Nickens Fellowship in poetry from the South Carolina Academy of Authors. Former NC Poet Laureate Joseph Bathanti selected her work, noting "What wonderful audacity and range these poems showcase-- mapping out with unflinching candor and unforgettable thrumming language the often troubling, always confusing, territory of the heart and the stories forged from it."

"I Thought After Thirty" won the Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Society Prize from the Poetry Society of South Carolina in the Winter of 2012

"Love and Other Hand Grenades" won the Jane Moran Prize from the Poetry Society of South Carolina in the Winter of 2012

"Like That" was chosen as Honorable Mention by Mark Doty for the Arts & Letters Rumi Poetry Prize in 2009



"Holding a Sacred Space of Many Silences" in On Being

"Mask of Submission: Alexie, Hudson, and Chou" in Solstice Lit Mag


Danielle DeTiberus


"Ten Poems and One Contributor's Note You Should Strongly Consider Reading . . . " by Stephen Burt in Boston Review

"Interview with Award Winning Poet, Danielle DeTiberus" in Geosi Reads