Magazine Publications:

In the last ten years, King has published poems in:
2 River View, 10 x 3 Plus, Adirondack Review, Ascent, Atlanta Review, Bacon Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Blink, Cape Rock Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts, Cimarron Review, Colorado Life, Comstock Review, Connecticut Review, Connecticut River Review, Clackamas Literary Review, Cream City Review, Descant, Ekphrasis, Facets, Flyway, Found Poetry Review, Future Cycle, Great River Review, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Heron Tree, Hiram Poetry Review, Lilliput Review, Louisiana Review, Louisville Review, Lullwater Review, Lummox, Many Mountains Moving, Margie, Midwest Quarterly, Mountain Gazette, New Orleans Review, Nimrod International Journal, Northeast, Passager, Pearl, Pinyon, Poet Lore, Portland Review, Potomac Review, Progenitor, Rattle, Red Booth Review, Red Rock Review, Rusty Truck, Saint Ann’s Review, Shot Glass Journal , Skidrow Penthouse, Sleet, Snake Nation Journal, South Dakota Review, Spillway, Sugar Mule, Suisun Valley Review, Tahoma Literary Review, Tar River Poetry, Theodate, Tower Journal, Turtle Island Quarterly, Versewrights, and Wazee Poetry Journal.

Recent Anthologies

New Poets of the American West (2010), Future Cycle Poetry 2010 Anthology, New Sudden Fiction: Short-short Stories from America and Beyond (2007), Pulse of the River: Colorado writers Speak for the Endangered Poudre River (2007), Open Windows (2006).

Book Publications:

Some of These Days

Conundrum Press, 2013

Old Man Laughing (Poetry)

Ghost Road Press, 2007

Stepping Twice into the River: Following Dakota Waters (Creative non-fiction)

Univ. Press of  Colorado, 2005. A finalist for the 2005 Colorado Book Award.

Poetry Chapbooks</h2>

Robin & Co.

Grayson Books, 2011

What It Was Like

Small Poetry Press Select Poets Series, 2003

Naming Names

Palanquin Press, 2001

Learning American

Frank Cat Press, 1998 

A Circle of Land

Dacotah Territory Press, 1990 (out-of-print)

Standing Around Outside

Bloodroot Press, 1970 (out-of-print)


“An interview with Robert King, South Dakota Review, Summer, 2001.