Selected Poems Online

“Objects, Permanence,” “Peaches,” “Self-Portrait as Yard Boy,” Blackbird, Spring 2022, Vol. 21, No. 1

“The World as Still and Seasonless,” The Journal, Issue 45.3, Spring 2022

Dear Nerdofile, What Are You Doing Dead?,” Image, Issue 112, March 2022

“Like an Avalanche,” Verse Daily, March 6, 2022

“Syntax,” Bluestem, Winter 2021

“Unclaimed Devotee, Confused, Cloistered Since March, Rides his Bike All Day to the Same Place” and “No Title, No Subject,” Guesthouse, Issue 8, Fall 2021

“Leaves Drop and Stars Fall,” Ekstasis, Winter 2020

“The Invention of Irony,” and “Excuses for Loneliness,” The Westchester Review, Fall 2020

“Elegy as Essay on Horses,” The Columbia Review, Volume 101, No. 2, Spring 2020

“Prayer for the Long-Lost Invocation,” Harold Taylor Prize, Academy of American Poets, Poets.org

“Troubleshooting,” Arcturus, Chicago Review of Books, 2019

“Developer,” and “Lessons,” The Boiler, Spring XXIII

The Way Around the Light,” Gulf Stream Literary Magazine, 2016

Selected Poems in Print

“Self-Portrait as Yard Boy,” Best New Poets 2022

“At the Window,” Texlandia, Vol. 1, 2022

“And Think to Nothingness,” I-70 Review, Summer/Fall 2022

“The Rocks,” “Simple Sentences,” Gettysburg Review, Vol. 34.1, Summer 2022

“Bodies in Ordinary Poses,” Poet Lore, Vol. 116 3/4, Winter/Spring 2022

“Dear Nerdofile, What Are You Doing Dead?,” Image, Issue 112, March 2022

“Like an Avalanche,” 32 Poems, Vol. 19, No. 2, Winter 2021

“The Actual Sensation of Change,” San Pedro River Review, Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring 2021

“Brief Encounter,” Cherry Tree, vol. 7, February 2021

“Self-Portrait as Star Gazer,” The Atlanta Review, International Publication Award, Fall/Winter 2020

“Israel,” “I Have No Love of Words,” and “King Philip’s Machine,” Harpur Palate, vol. 16 no. 2, 2018


“Movement and Conversion,” Tracking the Muse, Blackbird, Spring 2022, Vol. 21. No. 1

“Singular Name: Responding to Stephen Kampa’s “Kampa’s Guide to Flowers,” 32 Poems

“The Instruction of Delight: On Matt Morton’s Improvisation without Accompaniment,” The Los Angeles Review

Forthcoming Work

“Poppy Seed, A History,” Five Points