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BOOKS:

The Grotesque Child, Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2016

Cure All, Caketrain Press, 2010

CHAPBOOKS:

overburden, Dancing Girl Press, 2019

SELECTED ONLINE WRITING:

Snapdragon Canopy Bed, The Fabulist

The Extractions, Fractured Lit (shortlist Ghost, Fable, and Fairy Tales Prize)

Winged Visitations, DIAGRAM

Excarnation, POETRY

Refining Device, The Brooklyn Review

Visitation 4, The Citron Review (2020 Best Small Fictions nomination)

Origin2.2, Painted Bride Quarterly

Three Poems, Terrain.org

Peaceable Kingdoms, Pasatiempo

Letter to America, Terrain.org

Lucy, Contra Viento

White Noise, Pouch

5 Poems, Boston Review’s 2018 Poetry Prize

They Wanted My..., YES Poetry

Bitch Is a Word I Hear a Lot, Poetry Foundation

A Poetic Sequence, Grimoire Magazine

We Held / We Each, Plinth 

4 Poems, Thrush Poetry Journal

That the wind stilled, Leveler Poetry

Nine Micros, Frigg Magazine

2 Poems, DIAGRAM

 

RECENT and FORTHCOMING PRINT PUBLICATIONS:

Winter Quilts, Sleepingfish XX

3 Visitations, Best Small Fictions 2023

3 Visitations, Salt Hill 47 (Pushcart nomination)

Lucy, Contra Viento, 2022 print anthology

100% Mammal, Black Warrior Review 47.1 (Pushcart nomination)

I am a slug, The Orison Anthology (Vol. 4, 2019)

2 Poems, Denver QuarterlyVolume 52, Number 4

REVIEWS:

Mycelium Murmuration: A Visual Review of Breath on a Coal by Anne Haven McDonnell, Terrain.org

SNAPSHOTS OF MYTHSCAPES: 13 LINES FROM SORROW ARROW BY EMILY KENDAL FREY, DIAGRAM, 15.1

Whoever wants to do dreamwork must mix all things

together, DIAGRAM, 9.5

ETIQUETTE FOR THE ENDURING GUEST, DIAGRAM, 11.2

Stars of the Night Commute by Ana Božičević, HTML Giant

REVIEWS OF PUBLISHED WORK:

WHAT TO READ WHEN IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD,

by John Elizabeth Stintzi (JES), The Rumpus

A Review of THE GROTESQUE CHILD by RBrown, BWR

REVIEW OF “THE GROTESQUE CHILD” by RACHEL CHARLENE LEWIS, Maudlin House

THE ESSENCE OF CULTIVATING THE MIND AND HEART, by Angela Stubbs Diagram 10.2

"My ancestors were reincarnated as ocular migraines, "by Jarred McGinnis, The Short Review

Skinlessness: An Interview with Kim Parko by Megan Alpert, The Lit Pub

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