Mississippi Review, “from Daybook Conjurations,” Spring 2022.
New American Writing, “from Daybook Conjurations,” Spring 2022.
Lana Turner: “On Avondale and Riverside,” “I Sang a Song with the Dead,” Spring 2022.
The Canary: “I Addressed a Butterfly on a Pea Blossom,” “The Only Cloud in the Sky to Impress Me with a Demoniacal Grandeur,” “An Equanimous Defense of the Exclamation Point,” Spring 2021.
The Chicago Review “Dear Anselm,” “Reading The Bell Jar at Everglades National Park,” Summer 2021.
Guest: “Poem with Three Lines from Gustaf Sobin,” Fall 2000.
from Atopia II in Birdcoat Quarterly
An Iron Pan is Burning; the witch in The New Republic
American Poetry Review, five poems from Atopia.
Lana Turner: A Journal of Poetry and Opinion, three poems from Atopia.
New American Writing, five poems from Atopia.
A few new limericks at ANIMAL (These poems are for kids :))
Poem from Further Problems with Pleasure in the New York Times
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from Orlando in the Brooklyn Rail
I Grade Online Humanities Tests at the Poetry Society of America
Poetry Is Stupid and I Want to Die in the American Poetry Review
The Woman with the Foreign Accent in the Awl
Eight poems in the Brooklyn Rail
A Poem for Landlords in Pinwheel
Occupying in Lana Turner
Two poems from The Abstract Humanities in Granta
Journey of Marie de Medici in Catch Up
I Am Inside the Humanities in the American Poetry Review
I Grade Online Humanities Tests in the Awl
The Abstract Humanities in Seneca Review
Similitude at Versailles in Colorado Review
Golden Buddha in Boston Review
Immense Fields of Work in Verse Daily
Five sonnets in Pool
Three sonnets in the Brooklyn Rail
American Girl in Court Green
Two sonnets in the Awl
Three sonnets in Ilk
Red Wand in Poem-a-Day at the Academy of American Poets
Buffalo ’66 in Juked