Poetry in Journals and Magazines

“Bastille Day.” Finalist for the Auburn Witness Poetry Prize. Southern Humanities Review (forthcoming). 

“I / Self / Woman in Berlin.” Diode Poetry (10.3), October 2017 (forthcoming).

“Afterimage,” Poetry, September 2017 (forthcoming).

“Zinnias.” Academy of American Poets “poem-a-day,” August 1, 2017.

“Mother of All.” Love’s Executive Order, May 26, 2017.

“The Baby,” “Roof,” “Had Been,” “Looking Up,” “Signs,” “I Could Not,” and “It is.” Tupelo Quarterly, February 2017.

“Wealth Doesn’t Attract Me” and “Flight from Image is Flight from Death.” TAB: A Journal of Poetry and Poetics, January 2017.

“House of Père Lacroix.” Academy of American Poets “poem-a-day,” November 10, 2016.

“Personal History.” Zócalo Public Square, August 6, 2016.

“Repository.” The Kenyon Review, May/June 2016 (“Literature and the Anthropocene” issue).

“The Muse Appears in Your Kitchen.” The Blueshift Journal. November artist feature, 2015.

“Declassified 1962,” “Song Pulled from a 1954 National Geographic,” “If,” and “Hawk Parable.” Pinwheel 9 (Fall 2015).

“Wilderness Road.” New England Review 36.3 (2015).

“Marie Curie.” The Adroit Journal 13 (Fall 2015).

“Reaction.” Narrative, “Poems of the Week” featured work (Fall 2015).

“The Sun Rising, Pacific Theatre.” The New Yorker, May 4, 2015.

“Aviator without a Mask,” “Cloud Cover, 1943,” and “Yucca Flat.” Court Green, 12 (Spring 2015).

“First Thing.” POETRY, January 2015.

‘Mike’ Test.” Academy of American Poets “poem-a-day,” November 10, 2014.

“Airman on the Ground.” Kettle Blue Review, 1.2 (2014).

“Dream of the Morning Before It Split Open,” “Hypothesis: An Interview,” “Negative Peeled Back from a Cardboard Album,” and “Voice of a Silhouette.” Blackbird: An Online Journal of Literature and the Arts, 13.1 (Spring 2014). 

“Darkroom” and “Inherited Recklessness.” Sugar Mule, 46 (2014).

“Children of the Flood.” Boston Review, National Poetry Month Feature, April 19, 2014.

“Suicide Forest.” Barn Owl Review 7, March 2014.

“Fallout” and “Reef.” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, Hoppenthaler’s Congeries feature, March 2014.

“Foot of Petrin Hill.” Black Tongue Review, Winter 2014.

“H-Bomb.” The Believer, February 2014. 

“Holy,” “Oath Detailed into a Landscape with a Crow-Quill Pen,” and “The Muse Appears with a Moon Rock and a Tuning Fork.” Jet Fuel Review, Fall 2013.

“Song for Tiles Appearing Over a Scaffold,” “The Muse Sits on Your Bed and Watches You Open Your Eyes,” and “Memory Mock-Up.” South Dakota Review 50 (2012/2013). 

“On Scalping.” Harpur Palate 13.1 (Summer & Fall 2013). 

Modernity on the Horizon” and “Le Violon d’Ingres.” Anti- Feature #110, August 2013.

Song for Holding Tanks in a Vault and Stolen from a Voice: Drowned or Burned or Bleached Memorious 20, Summer 2013

Kalypso.” Spoon River Poetry Review 37.2 (Winter 2012).

Oracle.” Connotation Press, November 2012.

Aiolos and the Bag of Winds” and “Telemachos.” 2River View, Fall 2012.

CyclopsandNestor.” Memorious 18, June 2012.

“A Beginning in the Voice of Einstein” and “Hiroshima.” Poetry Northwest, The Science Issue 8.1 (Spring & Summer 2012).

“Violinist.” Great River Review, Spring/Summer 2012.

The Sirens.” Nashville Review,  Fall 2011.

Penelope’s Firebird Weft.” TriQuarterly Online 140, Summer/Fall 2011.

“After the Lotus” and “Water Ballad.” Antioch Review, Summer 2011.

“Pool” and “Record of Absence.” Prairie Schooner, Spring 2011.

“Standing Still.” 32 Poems, Fall 2010.

Tell Me, Muse and “Proteus.” Cimarron Review, Fall 2009.

Blue Mountain Lake.” AGNI 69 (2009). 

“Gesture,” “Ossuary,” and “Tinsel Halo.” Crab Orchard Review 14.1 (Winter/Spring 2009): 183-186. Awarded the Crab Orchard Review 2009 Richard Peterson Poetry Prize.

“Waiting for Mail from Ramallah.” New Letters 75.2-3 (2009).

“Performance.” Third Coast Spring 2009: 79-80. Selected by James Tate for the 2008 Third Coast Poetry Award.

“Odyssey.” Water~Stone Review 11(Fall 2008).

“In the Chapter ‘Rodin in Love.'” Georgia Review 42. 4 (Winter 2008).

“Violin Shop.” Best New Poets 2007. Charlottesville, VA: Samovar Press, 2007. Chosen by Natasha Trethewey, editor of the 2007 anthology, to represent the Indiana Review.

“Violin Shop” and Edith Wharton’s Age of Innocence by T.C. Mills.” Indiana Review 29.1 (Summer 2007).

“Nagasaki” and “What is Left.” Gulf Coast 19.1 (Winter/Spring 2006). Selected by Eavan Boland for the 2006 Gulf Coast Poetry Prize.

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