Skillman's poems have appeared in Cimarron Review, Seneca Review, FIELD, Poetry, The Iowa Review, J Journal, Midwest Quarterly Review, The Southern Review, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, and other journals and anthologies. She is also the author of Broken Lines--The Art & Craft of Poetry.
"Skillman’s writing is complex and shrouded, driven by a speaker or speakers determinedly grasping for life or at least survival despite dread of a still-living and often undetectable adversary. In this way, House of Burnt Offerings invokes a vivid, contained, and upsetting poetic world that a reader agrees to enter, similar to the House of Mirrors at the small-town carnival."
--from The Pedestal Magazine's review of House of Burnt Offerings, by Ann Wehrman
New book by Judith Skillman from Deerbrook Editions - Kafka's Shadow
Winter 2017 Class at Hugo House: From Writer’s Block to Writer’s Habit
Through free-writing undertaken in response to prompts, poets and prose writers explore their passions and frustrations with the muse.