Pamela Davis is the author of Lunette, winner of the ABZ Prize for Poetry. Her poems have been published widely in journals such as Cimarron Review, Cumberland River Review, Existere (Canada), New Ohio Review, Prairie Schooner, Smartish Pace, Stand (UK), Streetlight, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and Zone 3, for example. She has been a finalist for the American Literary Review Poetry Prize and the Nimrod Journal Pablo Neruda Prize, and she has won the Atlanta Review International Poetry Award. Davis is a founding member of the Independent Writers of Southern California and now lives in the flammable hills of Santa Barbara.

Some of these poems were influenced by Davis’s time in France, most recently at the outbreak of the Covid epidemic.