Publications

Online Publications

“Poem Beginning in Chicken and Ribs then Ending in Buddhist Prayer”//Atticus Review

“A Few More Thoughts on Tubers”//Waccamaw

Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of Your Fist“//Waccamaw 

“For My Friend Who’s Been Dreaming of Trees”//Indianapolis Review

“For Nothing Sounds as Much Like the Lost World of the Womb as the Motors of Our Machines”//Waccamaw 

“The Red-Winged Blackbird”//Valparaiso Poetry Review

Print Publications

“In a Multiverse Far from Here”//Southern Indiana Review

“Headless Wonder”//The Chattahoochee Review 

“For the Harvey Weinsteins et. al”//The Chattahoochee Review 

“Little Song for my Love of Whiskey”//Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review 

“Spinning the Vast Fantastic”//Southern Indiana Review

“Sharing a Fifth of Bourbon with a Friend who Fears what Follows”//Tar River Poetry 

“When I Think I’m Through with Beauty”//Southern Humanities Review

“I Had This Idea for a Poem”//Zone 3

“If Your Wife Should Ever Glance Backward and be Turned to a Pillar of Salt”//Spoon River Poetry Review  

“Black Friday”//The MacGuffin

“Because I’ve Read a Buddhist Sutra and Live Nowhere Near a Lotus Pond”//Southern Poetry Review 

“Suggestions from the Via Negativa”//The Louisville Review

“Home After Days Away”//Iron Horse Literary Review

“Elegy for My Uncle who Kept a Jar of Arrowheads atop his Bedside Table”//Iron Horse Literary Review

“On the Banks of the Wide Ohio”//Water~Stone Review  

“The Thing about Death”//Big Muddy

“Revelation”//Southern Poetry Review

“Babel”//American Literary Review  

“For James Wright”//Crab Creek Review

“When Our Children One Day Ask of Past Lives”//Crab Creek Review

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