Harpur Palate: “Search History Sad” (Winner of the Milton Kessler Memorial Prize)

Sycamore Review: “The Brides of Dracula File for Divorce” and “Hafgufa, Mother of All Sea Monsters”

Salamander: “West Coast Sad” and “East Coast Sad

Bennington Review: “The Book of Giants”


Raleigh Review: “Iguana Iguana” (Winner of 2019 Laux/Millar Prize.)

32 Poems: “Voice of the Woods on Fire”

Up the Staircase Quarterly“Bigfoot Gets Nostalgic” and “Demonology”

Zone 3 : “Choose Your Own Divinity” and “You Could Go up to the Kingdom”

Copper Nickel : “My Name Means Girl”

Denver Quarterly: “Supermassive” and “Message to Earth”

Passages North : “All My Exes Live in This Poem” and “Not the Fly but the Amber”

Hayden’s Ferry Review : “Cult of the Deer Goddess” (Reprinted on Poets.org.)

Pleiades: “Cedar Key”


Cimarron Review : “After Hearing the Male Comic Argue That Equality for Women Means Taking a Punch” and “The Hawk”

The Greensboro Review : “The Pope Lick Monster Prepares His Defense”

Colorado Review“Examination: Mothership”

Washington Square Review : “For My Twenty-Year-Old Sister on My Thirtieth Birthday”

Fairy Tale Review Online: “Bigfoot Thumbs a Ride” and “Animal Bride”

Western Humanities Review: “Marriage

Hot Metal Bridge“Better Homes and Gardens”

Southeast Review: “Bigfoot at Siesta Beach,” “Lake Monster Family Reunion,” “The God of Hidden Creatures,” “The Beasts of Gévaudan in Love”


The Pinch: “Crosscut,” “Minthe,” and “Goat Things”

Third Coast: “Michelle Pfeiffer Is Making Something of a Comeback”

The Baltimore Review: Bigfoot to Her Daughter” (Winner of The Baltimore Review‘s 2017 Summer Contest)

Redivider: “To Whoever Discovers the Remnants of Earth

Four Way Review 11: “Time Sure Flies When You’re Not Living Up to Your Potential” and “Lightning Suspected in Deaths of Horses”

New England Review 38.1: “Cassiopeia”

Diagram 17.1“Nimbus”

Pacifica Literary Review #9: “Riverine”


The Louisville Review 80: “I Don’t Know What People Should Do,” Winner of the Louisville Literary Arts Association’s 2016 Writer’s Block Festival Poetry Prize

Salt Hill 37: “A Pilgrim Is a Foreigner” and “Like Kanye Rapping About Kanye Rapping About Kanye”

Salamander 42″ “Ricochet”

Quarterly West: “Hot Date

Ninth Letter Spring 2016: Uncertainty Principle I, Uncertainty Principle II, Uncertainty Principle III, Uncertainty Principle IV, Uncertainty Principle V

Puerto del Sol 51.2: “Actually, I’m Going to Keep It All,” and “Maze”

Whiskey Island: “G-Spot vs. Moon Landing,” and “Fretted Note”

The Journal Issue 40.1: “Caveat,” and “Husbandry”

Vinyl Poetry, Poem of the Week 2/28/16: “Fold”

Portland Review Winter 2016: “Friends Long Absent Are Coming Back to You”

New South 9.1: “Questing”


Phantom Limb 14 : Poems from Inside My Electric City

NightBlock 7 : “Not Penelope, Although Unraveling”

Bat City Review 11 : “Poem with Susan Sarandon” and “Poem with Geena Davis”

Blue Earth Review 14 :”Turning”

Fugue 48 : “Despot”

Willow Springs 76 :”Chain” and “Year of Coming Close”

Crazyhorse 87 : “Passage” (Reprinted in Verse Daily.)

Ghost Town, Issue 7 :”I Am Not a Dream” and “The Wildings”

Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Vol. 1 Issue 3 :  “Mechanism” and “Window”


Yemassee 21.2 : “Say Uncle”

Permafrost 36.2 : “I Have Chosen a Guilt I Can Live With” and “My Tree Line Is Militant, but Deserted”

The Boiler, Summer 2014 : “Interior Landscape,” “The Mine Fire Speaks,” and “Valentine’s Day, 1981”

alice blue review 23 : “[we all feel the curse        of your interpretations}” “[How much saliva]” and “[As though I’m experiencing a debt]”


Thin Air Magazine, volume 19 : “I Could Tell You Again”


Sixth Finch, Fall 2012 : “yes there’s just something about spring”

Phoebe 41.1, Spring 2012 : “Blank Faces”


Sixth Finch, Summer 2011 : “Waste”

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