Happy New Year! Happy to be included in the new anthology Welcome to the Neighborhood: An Anthology of American Coexistence, and to have poems forthcoming in APR, The Kenyon Review, Pleiades, Poetry Northwest, Bennington Review and The Southern Review!

You can still buy copies of the broadside Katie Platte of the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center created with my poem “Out of the Ruins” from Sometimes We’re All Living in a Foreign Country.

My poem “Not Everyone’s Bestiary (Yet),” from my new manuscript, Oh You Robot Saints, was the poem-a-day feature at the Academy of American Poets on October 29, 2019.


“Parable of a First Born,” from Sometimes We’re All Living in a Foreign Country,” is featured on US Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith’s The Slowdown. Click above to listen.

Nina McConigley has selected my short story “Our Lady of the Rock” from anonymous manuscripts as the winner of The 2019 Orison Anthology Award in Fiction. My story will be published in the 2020 volume of The Orison Anthology.

My  poem in response to artist Kadie Salfi’s work  was exhibited as part of the show  F213 at the Arc Gallery in San Francisco. The show opened April 13th, 2019.