Lawrence Welsh’s poetry, fiction, reviews, essays, as well as journalistic writings, have appeared in more than 200 national, international and regional magazines, journals, newspapers and anthologies, including Puerto del Sol, Hawaii Review, The Louisiana Review, Rio Grande Review, The Texas Observer, The Santa Fe New Mexican, The Irish Echo, Irish America, The Honest Ulsterman, New Madrid Review, The Wormwood Review, Onthebus, Pearl, Poetry Now, Big Bridge, The Café Review, Nexus, Chiron Review, Poetry Motel, Main Street Rag, The Powhatan Review, Pitchfork and the Los Angeles Daily Breeze, the 2015 Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper where he spent five years as a reporter and staff writer in the 1980s.  



Cutting the Wire: Photographs and Poetry from the U.S.-Mexico Border (with  Ray Gonzalez and  Bruce Berman) University of New Mexico Press, 2018

Pachuco Skull with Sombrero: Los Angeles, 1970, Unlikely Books, 2018

The Ballad of Slim Angel, Mouthfeel Press, 2017 

Blood in the Mix (with John Macker), Lummox Press, 2015 

Begging for Vultures: New and Selected Poems, 1994-2009, University of New Mexico Press, 2011 (second printing) 

Lawrence Welsh Reads, Vox Audio, 2011 (CD)

Carney Takedown, Unlikely Books, 2010 

Todd Moore and Lawrence Welsh Read at Acequia Booksellers, Vox Audio, 2009 (CD) 

Skull Highway, La Alameda Press, 2008 

Walking Backwards to Santa Fe, Pitchfork Press, 2007 

Believing in Bonfires, Pitchfork Press, 2003 

New Shouts at Broken Dreams, Lummox Press, 2001 

Rusted Steel and Bordertown Starts, Sundance Press, 1999 

Lenny Bruce in El Paso, Non Compos Mentis Press, 1997