Miranda Beeson's poems appear all over, including the forthcoming anthology The Grave's a Fine and Private Place, edited by Russ Kick, and Volume 26 of The Comstock Review. Other selected publications include Poetry After 9/11: An Anthology of New York Poets, The Southampton Review, Bateau, Barrow Street, The Malahat Review and Long Island Sound Anthologies.
Her poetry & prose have been broadcast on NPR, she's been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and been the recipient of several New York State Council on the Arts Grants.
In her country life she writes about food and wine for various publications on the East End of Long Island and has brought poetry programs to its schools. She has supervised Arts in Education grant recipients in Nassau and Suffolk counties, created arts programming and directed professional development seminars for arts councils on Long Island.
Her city life includes consulting services for intellectual property rights.
Current projects in circulation for publication include Privet, a chapbook and a book of prose, yet to find
She lives in Cutchogue, Long Island and New