POETRY

“Self-Care Feat. Impending Doom,” “Cross Ventilation,” and “Carbon Sink,” | Screen Door Review | Forthcoming Winter 2019

“Our First Vacation” | Old Red Kimono | Spring 2019

"Peace Landing Under Halved Sky" and "Sewn Shut"IDK Magazine | Issue #4

"Body Between Mirror and Wall" | North Carolina Literary Review | 2018 | honorable mention, 2017 James Applewhite Poetry Prize

“End to End” | Rust + Moth | Winter 2016

“Nanny Fairchild Offers Wisdom to her Nearly Grown Up Charge,” “Nanny Fairchild Does the Weekly Shopping,” and “Nanny Fairchild Dresses for her First Date in Twenty-Nine Years” | Grist Online Companion | Fall 2016

"Valentines" | Meridian (Issue 37) | Spring 2016

"The Neighborhood On Labor Day"BOAAT | Spring 2016

"My Poor Hostess" | Sugared Water | Winter 2016

“Home Sonnet” | storySouth | Spring 2015

“When We Met During Prohibition” | LEVELER | January 2015

“Claude Howell’s Apartment, On Display at the Cameron Art Museum,” “The Appropriate Cold,” and “Hordes” Heavy Feather Review, Vacancies issue 

“The Dunes are Sawdust” and “The Quick and the Dead” | The Boiler | Fall 2014

“The Cactus Holds Down a Teaching Job” and “Cold Night” | Middle Gray | Summer 2014

“Death, Perceived” | Ninth Letter web edition | Summer 2014

“Marooned” | Baldhip | Summer 2014

“Our Love in Space” |  Stirring: A Literary Collection | Summer 2014

“The Character” | Iodine | Spring 2014

“Fractions” and “Gold Standard” | Gesture Literary Journal | Summer 2013

“Visiting” and “Hear and Pitch” | morpheme | Summer 2012

“Triple Exposure” | Jones Av. | Fall 2011

“A Daughter of Forests and Tables” and “Michiganders” | Stickman Review | Spring 2011

“Out of Range” and “Party” | nibble | Fall 2010

FICTION

"The Exact Coordinates of Eleanor"Paper Darts | Summer 2017 | winner, Paper Darts’ cleanliness-themed micro-fiction contest | Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions 2018 | The Best Small Fictions 2018

“Housewarming” | Newfound Journal | Winter 2014

NON-FICTION

"My Default Person" | Medium | Fall 2016

REVIEWS

“In Review: Ali Smith’s Latest Novel” (review of Spring by Ali Smith) | Sierra Magazine | September 2019