Chapbook Anthology Vol. 2, Laudanum Publishing, July 2017  “[this] chapbook is a memorial to those buried in an unmarked grave at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. It’s also a hard-eyed exhumation of what goes unrecorded: the unmentioned, the redacted and the written over. The poems deal in half-reveals and homophonics, in double-meanings and silences: they let things slip. They are fine-tuned disclosures, and brutally sharp.” –Abigail Parry   

Chapbook Anthology Vol. 2, Laudanum Publishing, July 2017 

“[this] chapbook is a memorial to those buried in an unmarked grave at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. It’s also a hard-eyed exhumation of what goes unrecorded: the unmentioned, the redacted and the written over. The poems deal in half-reveals and homophonics, in double-meanings and silences: they let things slip. They are fine-tuned disclosures, and brutally sharp.” –Abigail Parry 

 

Consent, Doire Press, May 2013 Poems from Consent previously appeared in the sold-out pamphlet Spinning Cities (Wurm Press, 2011) "Campanello’s Consent reads like something of a breath of fresh air. It is political without being heavy-handed or dogmatic, personal without being pathetic, and original in its handling of language and speaker. It is not beholden to any earlier school or movement that I can see, or even any specific, singular poetic predecessor...she has forged ahead and created something new here. I recommend this book highly."  — Michael S. Begnal "Razor-sharp, exhilarating, and reveling in the power of words and their interaction to grapple with things as they are, to shake up and to unsettle, this is compelling and - crucially - necessary poetry." — Christodoulos Makris    

Consent, Doire Press, May 2013

Poems from Consent previously appeared in the sold-out pamphlet Spinning Cities (Wurm Press, 2011)

"Campanello’s Consent reads like something of a breath of fresh air. It is political without being heavy-handed or dogmatic, personal without being pathetic, and original in its handling of language and speaker. It is not beholden to any earlier school or movement that I can see, or even any specific, singular poetic predecessor...she has forged ahead and created something new here. I recommend this book highly." 

— Michael S. Begnal

"Razor-sharp, exhilarating, and reveling in the power of words and their interaction to grapple with things as they are, to shake up and to unsettle, this is compelling and - crucially - necessary poetry."

— Christodoulos Makris

 

 

Hymn to Kālī, Eyewear Aviator Series, May 2016 "Like the poet who penned it, Hymn to Kālīis original, powerful and open-handed. Like all poetry that captures the 21st century reader, it is the insightful, idiosyncratic reflection of the poet's passions and experience. Like the tradition, philosophy and texts it echoes and evokes, it is a route into another world. It is not a translation but a rebirth, something made larger for being made anew, full of the violence and lust we would consign to antiquity that sits beneath every time and every place." –SJ Fowler

Hymn to Kālī, Eyewear Aviator Series, May 2016

"Like the poet who penned it, Hymn to Kālīis original, powerful and open-handed. Like all poetry that captures the 21st century reader, it is the insightful, idiosyncratic reflection of the poet's passions and experience. Like the tradition, philosophy and texts it echoes and evokes, it is a route into another world. It is not a translation but a rebirth, something made larger for being made anew, full of the violence and lust we would consign to antiquity that sits beneath every time and every place." –SJ Fowler

Imagines, New Dublin Press, June 2015 This  limited edition book brings together four scores by Irish composer Benjamin Dwyer, poems by Kimberly Campanello, commentary by NDP editor / publisher Jonathan Creasy and viola performance by Garth Knox. The book was designed by Rossi McAuley and his Distinctive Repetition studio. Each book in the first edition of 84 copies was used in performance and exhibition at the Barrow River Arts Festival, Borris House, Co. Carlow, May 16 - 17 2015 (curated by Maya Homburger and Barry Guy). It has been exhibited at the Dublin Art Book Fair at the Temple Bar Gallery and in the gallery of the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast.  Imagines won a prestigious Silver ICAD medal for Best Irish Design.

Imagines, New Dublin Press, June 2015

This  limited edition book brings together four scores by Irish composer Benjamin Dwyer, poems by Kimberly Campanello, commentary by NDP editor / publisher Jonathan Creasy and viola performance by Garth Knox. The book was designed by Rossi McAuley and his Distinctive Repetition studio. Each book in the first edition of 84 copies was used in performance and exhibition at the Barrow River Arts Festival, Borris House, Co. Carlow, May 16 - 17 2015 (curated by Maya Homburger and Barry Guy). It has been exhibited at the Dublin Art Book Fair at the Temple Bar Gallery and in the gallery of the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast. 

Imagines won a prestigious Silver ICAD medal for Best Irish Design.

Strange Country, Dreadful Press, October 2015 This collection inhabits the complexity of the sheela-na-gigs – ancient stone carvings of female figures that prominently display the vulva,  which are found on churches, castles and town walls across Ireland and some of Britain. It was launched in Cork, Dublin and Galway in autumn 2015.  

Strange CountryDreadful Press, October 2015

This collection inhabits the complexity of the sheela-na-gigs – ancient stone carvings of female figures that prominently display the vulva,  which are found on churches, castles and town walls across Ireland and some of Britain. It was launched in Cork, Dublin and Galway in autumn 2015.