selected poems.

FORTHCOMING

The Account: "Love Me With the Fierce Horse of Your Heart"

CutBank: "Cows"

Maudlin House: "Self-Portrait as Blah Blah Blah, Etc."

Poetry Northwest: "Time in the Love Of"

2021

The Hellebore: "Side Affectation"

Afternoon Visitor: "I Knew You Were A Good Animal" & "The Light Appears, It Disappears, It Passes"

 

DIAGRAM: "They Call St. Louis the River City, But Once Someone Called it the Lion of the Valley"

The Neon Hollywood Cowboy Plays the Hits: "There's This One Episode of Glee, Where the Gay Guy—the Straight-Gay One, Not the Gay-Gay One—Sings Katy Perry, & I Later Think I Like Boys When Who I Really Like is the Show's Blonde Cheerleader"

Flypaper Lit: "Girls' Night at the Saturnine Aquarium"

 

Glass: A Journal of Poetry: "Take Me In Your Tender Arms, Roll Me in the Dirt"

HAD: "We Should Rob Banks Together"

Peach Mag: "There's An Angel At the End"

The Boiler: "Choice Paralysis," "Contrapposto," & "Where Will You Go Now?"

DEAR: "Chiaroscuro"

Redivider: "On Seeing My Favorite Instagram Lesbian Couple Has Broken Up, I Begin to Question Love & Thereafter Unravel" (runner-up for the 2021 Beacon Street Prize for Poetry)

2020

Vagabond City Lit"Bitter Pastoral"

Landfill: "Blue is the Warmest Colour Can Kiss My Ass"

 

Foglifter: "The Hedges Are Burning / No, They Are Just On Fire" (Print)

 

You Flower / You Feast: "[REDACTED] as Harry Styles Album, with Line From Elizabeth Bishop"

 

Nashville Review: "Postcard"

 

Homology Lit: "Acanthamoeba Keratitis"

 

Kissing Dynamite: "As Night Draws Its Sad Face Across the Window"

 

Passages North: "Grief Hot Dog" (nominated for Best of the Net)

2019

wmn zine: "Dyke" (Print)

 

Best Buds! Collective: "Omniscience as Mirror"

 

Sonora Review: "When I Watched An Old Movie & Realized Everyone In It Must Be Dead Now—" (Print)

 

Arcturus: "Poem Formerly Known as an Apology" & "A Door Unhinges Faster than a Bullet Flies"

2018

Lavender Review: "Poem to be Read As A Eulogy" (nominated for a Pushcart Prize)

 

Ghost City Review: "Poem to be Read Without Anyone Else in the Room"