Publications

Review: There Should Be Flowers by Joshua Jennifer Espinoza” Blackbird, 2017

WANT” Salt Hill Review, 2017

TWENTY MINUTES AT THE CLAM SHACK” The Common, 2017

GONE” Pittsburgh Poetry Review, forthcoming 2017

AUBADE Liminal Stories, 2016

CLOSETED IN DUTCHESS COUNTY” The Common, 2016

“TALK,” “THE LAST TIME I SAW HER,” “A WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS” CutBank “All Accounts and Mixture,” 2016

DESIRE ANTICS,” “THE MYTH OF CANCER,” “THE CHOICE,” “AFTER CANCER,” “EIGHT TRUTHS AND A LIE” Coda Quartlery, forthcoming 2017

ELEGY FOR LENA,” “PATIENCE,” “FEAR AND THE ENSUING WEATHER” Bridge Eight, 2016

ANDROGYNY” Poet Lore, 2016

FLANEUR IN ST. LOUIS CEMETERY NO. 1” The Los Angeles Review Issue No. 18, 2015

WHAT COLD CAN DO,” “PROPERTIES OF WHERE, “LENA, NO ONE KNEW” Big Big Wednesday, 2015 (nominated for a Pushcart 2016)

FLANEUR IN THE BYWATER Free State Review, 2015

“RELOCATION” Tinderbox Poetry Journal,  2015

“LENA’S SUMMER HOUSE IN ROCKPORT” The Adroit Journal, 2015

TRAVELER’S MONOLOGUE” Border Crossing, 2015 (Best of the Net winner, 2016)

THE MOTHER” TINGE Magazine, May 2015

THE HOUSE ON TATOR HILL” Lunch Ticket, 2015 (nominated for Best New Poets 2016)

FLANEUR ON ROYAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS Blue Lyra Review‘s print anthology, 2016

RAISED SHOTGUNS” The Normal School, 2015

Domestic Commotion: A Review of Lilah Hegnauer’s PANTRY” 32 Poems, 2015

LOST LOVE LOUNGE” AGNI Online, 2014 (nominated for Best New Poets 2015)

MAINE MORNING, AGE 5AGNI Online, 2014

Seeking Its Own Level: An Anthology of Writings about Water, ed. Denton Loving” ENTROPY, 2014