Selected poems

"Inheritance," The Margins (forthcoming)
"Prodigy," Post Road (forthcoming)
"Parable of the Unclean Land," THRUSH (forthcoming)


"After Escape," GASHER (Jan 2022)
"Ghost Town, Ohio," Kenyon Review (Sept 2021)
"Prodigy," Group Chat Review (July 2021)
"Ascent," SWWIM Every Day (Feb 2021) *selected for inclusion in 2022 Best of the Net Anthology
"Origin Myth," Tinderbox Poetry (Apr 2021) *nominated for Best of the Net
"Heaven,Palette Poetry (May 2021)
"Simple Machines,Leonard Milberg Poetry Prize (1st place) (April 2021)
        — selected for Counterclock PATCHWORK film program; view film adaptation here.
"Notes on Transmutation," Muzzle Magazine (Apr 2021)
"Pine Street," Split Lip Magazine (March 2021) *nominated for Best New Poets anthology
"A Self-Help Book Says to Confront Your Possible Selves," DIALOGIST (Dec 2020)
"Nostalgia is the Prettiest Liar," Diode Magazine (Dec 2020)
"When I Am Alone," "Up, Up, and Away,""Short Answer #13: Foreshadowing," Plum Recruit (Sept 2020)
"Poem in Which I Do Not Become a Bird," Up The Staircase Quarterly (Apr 2020) *nominated for Best of the Net
"Self-Portrait as Mermaid or Dead Girl," Hobart (April 2020)
"An Editor Says Can You Put More Foreign Words in Your Poems," Rust + Moth (Feb 2020)
"Hopscotch," perhappened (Jan 2020)
"Poem Inside a Locker Room," Glass Poetry Journal (Jan 2019)


Selected interviews/reviews

"BROWN STUDY: “Self-Portrait as Mermaid or Dead Girl," The Poetry Question
Before the First Book interview with Patrycja Humienik, The Rumpus
Interview with Christian ButterfieldThe Farside Review
Conversation with Allison Adair, Poets' Cafe
Young Poets' Spotlight by Emily Nason, Kenyon Review
Review of Moth Funerals by William Fargason, Colorado Review
"I Am Trying So Hard to Be Good": A Review of Moth Funerals, The Hellebore