Full-length poetry collection, Ashland Poetry Press, 2021.
“Drift Migration ventures into the heart of a truly American secret: that landscape is both childhood and origin—but eternally revised, eternally revisited . . . chance and fate together weather the earth into a new mind. These are urgent poems, mindful yet wonderfully reckless in their bold devotion.” —Donald Revell
“These poems brim with a wild energy that keeps us reading, pulled into Dubrasky’s deep connection to myth, nature, and landscape, like a gentle undertow. The writing is just beautiful.” —Nancy Takacs
“These poems coax us to join the singed moths that chase constellations and bravely take us back to honor every place we think we’ve lost. They leave us too stunned to speak.” —Juan J. Morales
“Brooding, Bible-stained, and liminal, the best poems in Drift Migration hover between the visible and invisible, myth and reality, and transform our lives through vision.” —Mark Irwin
Red Butte Press limited edition letterpress art book, 2017
Winner of 2014 Anabiosis Press Chapbook Competition. Reviews of Ruin and Light:
Reviews for “Ruin and Light”
Jennifer Tonge, 15 Bytes
Nancy Takacs, Sugar House Review
Ed Bennett, Quill&Parchment
Chapbook/CD with Gerard Yun. Woodhenge Press, 2003.
Broadside, Saltfront Press