Collected Poems. Song I Sing. Coffee House Press, 2011
Collected Poems. Thousand Star Hotel. Coffee House Press, 2017

Children’s Books:

A Different Pond. Capstone Early Readers, 2017
My Footprints. Capstone Editions, 2019
Hello, Mandarin Duck! Capstone Editions, 2021
You Are Life. Capstone Editions, 2022.

Short Story:

Revolution Shuffle, Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements, AK
Press, 2015


Brutal, A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota, Minnesota Historical Society, 2016
How Will They Take Us Away…We Are Meant to Rise, University of Minnesota Press, 2021

Abridged Listing of Published Poems:

Run the Jewels, Water~Stone Review, 2019
Lights, Split This Rock Poem of the Week, Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Adrift, Academy of American Poets Poem-a-Day, September 24, 2018
Sirenum Scopuli, Poetry Magazine, 2017
Ward 9, One Minneapolis: a city in verse, Inaugural Chapbook for Betsy Hodges, 2014
No Question. Asian American Literary Review, 2011
Race. Best American Poetry, 2006
You Bring Out the Vietnamese In Me. Saint Paul Almanac, 2006.
Yellowbrown Babies for the Revolution. Hop Luu Literary Journal, 2004.
Reverse Racism. Screaming Monkeys, 2003
For Us. Amerasia Journal, 2003.
Surviving the Translation. Drumvoices Review, 2002.
An Asian Am Anthem. Bum Rush The Page! Def Poetry Jam Anthology, 2001
Ode to Dwight Okita. Asian Pacific American Journal, 2001.
Knick Knacks. Journal of the Asian American Renaissance, 2001
Waiting for a Cyclo in the Hood. From Both Sides Now, 1998
Break. Journal of the Asian American Renaissance, 1997
Fireworks, Journal of the Asian American Renaissance, 1995



poems (text/audio)

Sirenum Scopuli

Therapist 4





Resistance Writers: An Interview With Bao Phi – F(r)iction

Mini-Interview Project #115: Bao Phi – The Rumpus

The Poet Bao Phi, On Creating A ‘Guidebook’ For Young Asian-Americans – NPR

Star Poet Bao Phi on Racism, Writing and Why He Chooses to Stay in Minneapolis – Star Tribune

For the Poet Bao Phi, a Violent Past is Never Far Away – MPR

Local Author Bao Phi on Breakup Poetry, Activism, and How He’s Known for Being Angry – City Pages

Vietnamese Heritage Inspires Poet Bao Phi and His Illustrator – Publishers Weekly

“A Different Pond”‘s Bao Phi and Thi Bui in Conversation – Center for Asian American Media