I want to read your poetry. Where should I start?
If you want to read a slim poetry collection, Calendars is a good entry point. If you want a more complete overview, try Spells: New and Selected Poems. If you are a practicing witch or spiritually inclined, The Poetry Witch Little Book of Spells and Goddess Poems should be of interest. For my epic poem on abortion, see Among the Goddesses.
Where can I learn about your ideas on feminist criticism and women poets?
My ideas about women's poetry and feminist poetics are interlaced throughout my work. In particular, they are laid out in several essays in The Body of Poetry, many chapters in The Ghost of Meter, and the preface to A Formal Feeling Comes. Also check out the Essays on this site, and you may also be interested in Choice Words: Writers on Abortion.
Which are the best books to learn about meter, form, and scansion?
For practical guidance, check out Best Books for Poets, especially A Poet's Craft and Measure for Measure. You will also find the free Reader's Guide to Calendars very helpful. To learn more about my ideas of the meanings of meter--called "the metrical code"-- see The Ghost of Meter. For criticism and theory about contemporary formalism, see The Body of Poetry and the Essays on Poetry. I also offer frequent classes in Poetry Witch Community and elsewhere, including a downloadable class in scansion called A Poet's Ear coming soon, and you can find useful videos on my Youtube channel.
Where can I read more about your ideas on witchcraft, earth-centered spirituality, and the Divine Feminine?
These ideas can be found throughout all my poetry, including Eve, Calendars (book and CD), Spells, Goddess Poems, Among the Goddesses, and The Poetry Witch Little Book of Spells. You can also learn a lot by joining Poetry Witch Community and/or taking my Magic of Rhythmically Writing Workshops, and sign up for the Spellsletter to learn more
Which of your works of criticism and poetics will help me understand more about your own poetry?
While all of my criticism grows directly out my poetic practice and contributes to an understanding of it; the best book to read for this purpose is The Body of Poetry: Essays on Women, Form, and the Poetic Self. You may also be interested in Annie's Patreon where I post drafts of poems in progress and notes from my writing journal.
Where is the best place to purchase your books so I can support you?
Thank you for this thoughtful question! The best place is Poetry Witch Bookshop at Bookshop.org, which maintains my Poetry Witch Community while also supporting Indie Bookstores.