Paperback / ISBN: 978-0985529208 / Pages: 88 / January, 2013, Trio House Press / $16.00

Purchase:  Amazon / IndieBound


Gold Passage was chosen for the Trio Award by Ross Gay, who said of her collection: "There is so much to admire in Gold Passage: the precise music; the strangeness and mystery; the deep wonder expressed in straight narratives and interior, chambered lyrics; a big human heart trying to make some sense of the unknowable world.  And too, magical outbursts of image and song--'I bloomed like a goddamned hyacinth' - to which I say Amen."


Reviews:
BOOK REVIEW: Gold Passage by Iris Jamahl Dunkle.  Review by Lisa Cheby


​Buzzed Books #12: Iris Jamahl Dunkle’s Gold Passage

Iris Jamahl Dunkle

The Flying Trolley


Paperback / ISBN: 978-1622293391 /  2013, Finishing Line Press / $14.00

Purchase:  Amazon / Finishing Line Press

There's a Ghost in this Machine of Air

Gold Passage

Chapbooks

Inheritance


Paperback / ISBN: 978-1599245980 /  2010, Finishing Line Press / $14.00

Purchase:  Amazon / Finishing Line Press


Reviews:

Inheritance by Iris Jamahl Dunkle, Review by Moira Richards


Paperback / ISBN: 978-1625491619 / Pages: 96 / November 2015, Word Tech  Editions / $18.00

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​There's a Ghost in this Machine of Air
  tells the untold history of Western  Sonoma County from the  Gravenstein Apple to the  Laguna de Santa Rosa. 


"The first bite of a tangy Gravenstein apple or a stroll through the pastoral beauty of the Laguna de Santa Rosa might never be the same after one reads Iris Jamahl Dunkle’s new book of poetry, There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air. Dunkle, who lives in Sebastopol, weaves prose, history and imagination together to create a vibrant collection of poems celebrating the west county’s past and present. 'History is part of what I breathe,' Dunkle said. 'It haunts me daily, in a good way.'"
​from "Haunting poems give texture to Sonoma County history" by Ariana Reguzzoni  


Reviews: 
There's a Ghost in this Machine of Air Reviewd by Ann Fisher-Wirth
Barrett Warner on Iris Jamahl Dunkle’s “There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air”
New Sonoma County Poet Laureate produces poems about local history
 by Jonah Raskin

Book Review: There’s a Ghost in This Machine of Air by Anna Clutterbuck-Cook

Iris Jamahl Dunkle. There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air Reviewed by Dean Rader