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Project

published creative and scholarly work

full collections

 

single poems/lyrical essays (bolded entries are forthcoming)

  • rip,” Half and One (India), Spring 2024

  • “seasonal,” Half and One (India), Spring 2024

  • "what they call girls who look like sex,” B O D Y (Czech Republic), Spring 2024

  • “things they won’t tell you, but should,” Abandon Journal, (United States), Spring 2023

  • "appetites," Abandon Journal (United States), Summer 2022

  • “the first year,” Ethel (United States), Summer 2022

  • “and the bread will burn,” Second place winner of Ember Chasm Review's Annual Fiction and Poetry Contest, Spring 2022

  • “every skin decadence,” Sepia Quarterly (United States), Nostalgia Anthology, Winter 2022

  • “sloth: a real backseat activist,” First runner-up for Prose.onl's International Flash Prose Prize (United States), Winter 2022

  • 1998: lip smacker-ed, cherry bowed,” The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, (United States), Winter 2021

  • “1997: sweetest tang of nothing,” Ember Chasm Review (United States), Fall 2021

  • “1999: lack of oxygen at elevations this high,” Ember Chasm Review (United States), Fall 2021

  • “2008: a naked period of grieving,” Ember Chasm Review (United States), Fall 2021

  • wattage,” First Literary Review-East (United States), Fall 2021

  • mouth sounds,” First Literary Review-East (United States), Summer 2021

  • gasoline to cure lice,” Eunoia Review (Singapore), Spring 2021

  • january,” Eunoia Review (Singapore), Spring 2021

  • nostalgia,” Lucky Jefferson (United States), Spring 2021

  • 1992: our central yawn is opening,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021

  • 1993: messy like periods would be,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021

  • 1994: forget the singe of burning,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021

  • 1995: sleepy pre-teen erections,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021

  • 1996: what they want me to be,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021

  • he didn’t die,” Prose Online (United States), Spring 2021

  • 2003: suck the marrow of me,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021

  • 2004: punk flesh decadence,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021

  • 2005: movement pleads to take another form,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021

  • 2011: for a while, i float,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021

  • 7,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021

  • 10,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021

  • 12,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021

  • 6,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Fall 2020

  • 9,”Blood Pudding Press (United States), Fall 2020

  • 11,” Blood Pudding Press (United States) Fall 2020

  • 14,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Fall 2020

  • George Hjorth Never Saw the Film He Shot at Normandy,” From Whispers to Roars (United States), Summer 2020

  • In the Beginning, I was a Moth,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020

  • Silence is Not,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020

  • Two Dumb Syllables,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020

  • “Lapse,” Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020

  • “Lines,” Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020

  • “Parable,” Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020

  • In Parts,” Dreamers Magazine (Canada), Spring 2020 and reprinted online, January 2021

  • "Descent," selected as finalist in Crossroads Poetry Journal's (United States) 2019 annual poetry contest by judge Richard Blanco, inaugural poet for Barack Obama

  • "They Say," Sunspot Literary Journal (United States), Spring 2020 (Volume 2, Issue 1)

  • "Holidaze," Sunspot Literary Journal (United States), Spring 2020 (Volume 2, Issue 1)

  • "We Will Wait by the Lake," Allegory Ridge (United States) Aurora Anthology, Spring 2020

  • "Pink," Inklette Magazine (United States), Summer 2019

  • "Religion, Love, God," Poetry.com Best of 2003; published (United States), 2004

  • "Fight Me," Noble House's 2004 Collection (United States), Winter 2004

  • "Poetry," Poetry.com (United States), 2004

  • "Speak," Poetry.com (United States), Best of 2003

 

Fiction

 

 

Creative Nonfiction

 

  • "Last Christmas" Handbasket Zine, 2015

southern atheist: oh, honey book signing, september 2021

old firehouse books, fort collins, colorado

Blonde woman in a black dress sitting at a table outside a bookshop
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