Publications

“Letter to My Parents Explaining How I Became a City Person.” Harvard Review. November 7, 2017.

It’s Okay.” Colorado Independent. October 28, 2016.

Kali Kali Kali.” B O D Y. April 2016.

“Solar Flare.” Mid-American Review XXXVI, Number 1 (Finalist for the 2015 Fineline Competition).

“Letter to Sarah from Dailey Park.” Denver Poetry Map, September 2015.

“Untitled (By the end).” Colorado Independent, September 29, 2015.

“Clairvoyance.” Passages North Online Bonus Content. April 2015.

The Southern Poetry Anthology Volume VII: North Carolina: “Thrush” and “The Fortune Telling Book of Dreams.” Winter 2014.

“Preeclampsia.” Hidden City Quarterly. Spring 2014.

“Long Black Veil.” Tar River Poetry 53.2. Spring 2014

“Astronomical Spring.” Literary Mama. April 2014.

“Riddle.” Literary Mama. April 2014.

“Matricide.” THRUSH Poetry Journal. March 2014.

“The Time I Got to See a Real Anvil.” Mountain Gazette. February 2014.

“You Can’t Write a Poem About Skiing.” Mountain Gazette. February 2014.

“Nothing New to Say About Clouds.” Stealing Time. Summer 2013.

“Getting Up Early, But Not to Write.” Literary Mama. Summer 2013.

“San Fran Tourists Visit the Mission.” Don’t Just Sit There 3.1. Spring 2013.

“What the Blood Does.” Hayden’s Ferry Review 52. Spring/Summer 2013.

“Contributor Spotlight.” Hayden’s Ferry Review Blog. Winter 2013.

“Maps.” Inch 23. Winter 2013.

“Antler.” Copper Nickel 18. October 2012.

“The Japanese Art of Mending Ceramics.” Copper Nickel 18. October 2011.

“My Grandmother Speaks of Beauty.” storySouth. Fall 2011.

“The Fortune Telling Book of Dreams.” Appalachian Review 38.2-3. Winter/Spring 2011.

“Joint.” South Carolina Review 42.2. Spring 2010.

“On Rereading Leaves of Grass.” Two Review. 2010.

“Three Months.” Cloudbank 1. Fall 2009.

“Thrush.” Colorado Review 36.3. Fall 2009.

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