Publications

“In a World Where We Cannot Die,” Dream Pop Press (Issue 1, Summer 2017)

“3 Poems,” Driftwood Press (Vol. 4, Issue 2). 

“Cartoon Vodka,” Nightjar Review (Issue 2). 

“Devil Dog Road,” Radar Poetry (Issue 13). 

“Reboot,” Elbow Room New Mexico (November 2016)

Blood EagleGold Wake Press (Full-length Book, February 2016). 

“We Just Aren’t Right For Each Other Anymore,” Pith (Issue 3).

“Old People and the Fight,” 300 Days of Sun (Vol. 1.2 Spring 2015).

“Remake of ‘Poem’ by Notley,” Gabby Journal (Issue 3).

“Poem [Bishop],” Weave Magazine (Summer 2014).

“Review of what purpose did i serve in your life by Marie Calloway,” Puerto del Sol (June 2014).

“The Boy Who Had a Sea-snail Growing in His Knee,” decomP (May 2014).

“Remake of Poem [Creeley],” NightBlock Magazine (May 2014).

“Remake of Poem [Notley],” NightBlock Magazine (May 2014).

“Remake of Poem [Simic],” NightBlock Magazine (May 2014).

“Triage,” Barn Owl Review (Issue 7).

“Blood Eagle,” Carte Blanche (March 2014).

“At This Moment. / What Else,” Bayou Magazine (Issue 60).

“Cheesy Chucky Doll Almost Slits a Throat,” Black Heart Magazine (December 2013).

“Go-go Dancer at Fremont Street,” Black Heart Magazine (December 2013).

“Mexico, Missouri,” Similar : Peaks :: (November 2013).

“Sacramento, California,” Similar : Peaks :: (November 2013).

“New Haven, Connecticut,” Similar : Peaks :: (November 2013).

“Helena, Montana,” The Dialogist (September 2013).

“The Bullet That Didn’t Stop,” Clockhouse Review (Summer 2013).

“Atlantic City, New Jersey,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Valley City, North Dakota,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Henderson, Nevada,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Spartanburg, South Carolina,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Bath, Maine,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Paris, Oklahoma,” Press Board Press (June 2013).

“Los Lunas, New Mexico.” Thunderclap Press (June 2013).

“Dover, Delaware,” Lunch Ticket (June 2013).

“The Unnoticed Cavity,” Whiskey Island (Issue 61).

“I am Not a Dog, But Beware My Fangs,” Matter Press (April 2013).

“Heiress,” Marco Polo Magazine (January 2013).

“Inevitable Peaking of Conversational Swirl Ice-Cream Production,” Marco Polo Magazine (January 2013).

“‘Cut and Paste the Word Absolute into Your Resume,’” Tiger Train (January 2013).

“Nobody Blessed the Concrete City,” The Portland Review (December 2012).

“I Don’t Believe in Ghosts,” The Bakery (October 2012).

“Superman Has Somewhere to Be,” Bare Hands Poetry (September 2012).

“There Really is No Other Purpose,” The Cossack (June 2012).

“Drunk Guy without a Shirt,” The Citron Review (June 2012).

“Odysseus and the Stripping Sirens,” Metazen (May 2012).

“Empire Mind,” Metazen (May 2012).

“Review of Ten Walks/Two Talks,” Puerto del Sol (July 2011).

“A Squirrel Bit Me Once,” Bluestem Magazine (June 2011).

“Summer in California,” Din Magazine (May 2011).

“Erase,” Din Magazine (May 2011).

“Blur,” Rougarou: An Online Literary Journal (April 2011).

“Like Flowered Elysium,” > kill author (April 2011).

“Lies/Truths,” > kill author (April 2011).

“A Less Peaceful Meditation,” The Meadowland Review (February 2011).

“Elegy of the Lamented Testicle,” Sick of Em? The Anti-Literary Journal (February 2011).

“A Moment in the Life of Tin Man’s Girlfriend,” Diverse Voices Quarterly (January 2011).

“Zombie,” Diverse Voices Quarterly (January 2011).

“Echoes of ‘The Dead,’” Lingerpost (January 2011).

“Enchant,” Up the Staircase (January 2011).

“Skin,” The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (December 2010).

“Ode to the Monkey Empire,” Burner Magazine (December 2010).

“I’ve Become a Simple Man,” Burner Magazine (December 2010).

“Prodigal Son,” Stymie (December 2010).

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