Poetry

Words for the Dead, poetry book forthcoming from FutureCycle Press, January 2021.

“Scivias” from Host is forthcoming in Paper Dragon, 2020.

“Choreomania,” “Remedium,” “Burnt Yarrow,” and “Patriarcha” from Host are published in Cholla Needles 47, 2020.

“The birds of prey have gathered together…,” “As it turned out, his guardian angel…,” and “The doors to the rooms hang open now…” from Words for the Dead are published in Cholla Needles, 2020.

“Dance Therapy for the Patients at the Asylum” from Host is published in !Pa’lante!, 2020.

“Herodoxy” from Host has been published by Kallisto Gaia Press in The Ocotillo Review, 2020.

“Pilgrimage” and “Prognosis” from Host are published in filling Station, July 2020.

“Votive” from Host is published in Seneca Review, 2020.

 “Ghetto,” from Host, was selected by The Fourth River as third prize winner of the 2020 Stuart H. Hunt Memorial Into the Light Writing Contest.

Organblooms has been published by FutureCycle Press on 6 January, 2020.

“Jesus’ Ribs” appears in this issue of The Perch, Vol. 5, 2019, from Yale University: https://en.calameo.com/books/00407006772816438f334

Two poems from “Words for the Dead” appear in La Piccioletta Barca: https://picciolettabarca.com/issues/issue-13/when-i-was-at-war-in-a-childhood-you-can-find-the-past-in-the-river-of-fish/

One poem from “Words for the Dead” appears in deLuge Literary Journal: https://www.delugejournal.com/uploads/3/4/8/8/34888906/deluge_5.1_final.pdf

“When It Is Time,” originally published in Bombay Gin, Issue 45, Summer 2019.

Speaking Silence: Languages of Color Movement in the Poetry of Georg Trakl and Translation Into Dance, published by ProQuest, 2015.

“Careful Asymmetry,” “Toward Sleep,” “Purification,” “A Vision,” “Old Magic,” “God Also Moans,” “This is the Eye of Time,” “Summer Rain,” “Grandma Sings the Last Song,” “Surrender,” and “Points” first appeared in Old Magic, ! Press 2010.

“Stranded (A Love Poem),” originally published in Shady Side Review 2009.

“A Foreign Hotel” and “Early Memory of Hearing Colors, Holding a Cockroach,” originally published in Neon, Issue 21, Autumn 2009, and reprinted in The Buffalo News.