“Audit”: Poem in Zone 3, Issue 33.1

I’m thrilled to have a poem, “Audit,” in the new issue of Zone 3! Many thanks to editor Andrea Spofford for including me among this great company–check out the website where you can see a sample poem from this issue and order your own copy!

Zone 3 33.1 cover front



Three poems published at Superstition Review

I’ll probably never stop writing about the existential yearning for completion, to fill the perpetual hole in our psyches, but for now at least I’m also writing fraction jokes and clickbait algorithms into the same poems, so check these three out in the newest issue of Superstition Review, yeah?


(Many thanks to Patricia Colleen Murphy and the SR family for running a terrific journal and for letting me come along for the ride!)

Poem in the Final Issue of inter|rupture

I’m so grateful to have a new poem, “Net Worth,” in the final issue of inter|rupture, along with some terrific company in the form of Mary Biddinger, Kristin Bock, Sophie Klahr, Zach Green, Charlotte Seley, Sean Shearer, Christopher Citro, and many others.


I first had a poem in the February 2015 issue of the journal–three years ago!–titled “Host Mask,” and I was thrilled to have such a great home for one of the first poems I wrote to use the two-three-two line syncopating stanza structure that I first saw Yusef Komunyakaa use and have occasionally returned to a number of times myself. And for a time before then, I appreciated the journal solely as a reader–inter|rupture has long been a place that took risks and brought bold writing from new and established voices alike, and they will be missed but far from forgotten.

Here’s one of my favorites on the site: “So What If I Am Floating Here / So Dangerously Without My Space Helmet” by my friend Dillon J. Welch. Happens to also be maybe my favorite poem of his, which made it appearing in such a lovely journal an exceptional treat.

Many thanks to the editors at inter|rupture, Curtis, Elizabeth, and Anna, for their work in making such a great journal for us to enjoy over the years.

This last issue is packed with great poems–do go check them out!