poetry

Midnight Animal | 2021 Philip Booth Poetry Prize Finalist | Salt Hill Journal, forthcoming

Truth or Dare (with Julianne Neely) | The Buffalo News, forthcoming

Top Answers | Big Lucks Books, April 2021

If You Love It So MuchHeresy, December 2020

 

What Kind of Love Is That | P-Queue, September 2020

Owned | Pretty Cool Poetry Thing, August 2020

The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: 5 Poems from That Ex | Sundress Publications, May 2020

4 Poems from That Ex | The Wanderer, April 2020

4 Poems from Feel Royal | b l u s h, October 2019

You Animal2018 Cosmonauts Avenue Poetry Prize Longlist | Cosmonauts Avenue, August 2018

Late Millennialism | Metatron Press, October 2017

Drafts | Cosmonauts Avenue, February 2017

2 Poems | Shabby Doll House, December 2016​​

Being on the Phone with You | Voicemail Poems, September 2016

You Up? | Shabby Doll House, July 2016

People You May Know | The Buffalo News, July 2016

2 Poems | Potluck Mag, April 2016

2 Poems | Metatron Press, December 2015

nonfiction

How to Plan a Literary Drive-In, the Pandemic's Safest IRL Book Launch | "And, honestly, I wanted closure. I wanted to bookend the shocks of emotion that sparked so many of these poems with an experience that could mimic that original sensation of release—so that I could begin to move on." | Essay on pandemic debuts and planning a drive-in book launch | Literary Hub, forthcoming

Poems at the Bottom of Internet Rabbit Holes | "As we shelter in place and shift our experiences of work and play online, where encounters are predetermined and continuously fine-tuned by algorithms, how can we find the spontaneity we need to make poems from our everyday lives?" | Five writing prompts exploring internet rabbit holes | Juniper Institute for Young Writers, April 2021

How to Arrange a Poetry Collection Using Mixtape Rules | "It had no arc, that yearning of meaning against the gravity of language itself." | Craft essay on music playlists and sequencing poems | Electric Literature, March 2021

He's Perfect | "I wanted to find a place where my feelings were called prayers and could be answered. I wanted to put down whatever questions still rocked inside my heart." | Essay on pet grief, public displays of grief, and online grief communities | 2018 Cosmonauts Avenue Nonfiction Prize Shortlist | Best of 2019: Online Articles and Essays, Entropy | Cosmonauts Avenue, January 2019

A Teacher's List of Monthly Statistics | "Yeah, well I heard he took apart a calculator and ate it button by button." | McSweeney's Internet Tendency, June 2017

conversations with other writers and editors

 

Fundamentally, Necessarily Vulnerable: An Interview with jamie hood | The Rumpus, March 2021

 

In the Midst of All This Magic: An Interview with jubilat's Caryl Pagel | Poetry Society of America, January 2021

Indie Lit Interview Series | Monthly conversations with editors, publishers, curators, and other organizers in the independent literature community | Peach Mag, January 2021 to present