Poetry & Reviews

“The record / of the storyteller, the sound of the night, is me and my greedy memory.”

“And, Oh, We Knew We Were Endless”


“I Like to Think God’s Telephone Cord is Obnoxiously Long,” glo (page 25 of the magazine, 29 of the Issuu), April 2023

“Maybe She’s Born With It” and “This Was My Alarm This Morning,” The Coop: A Poetry Cooperative, Jan. 23, 2023

“Credo,” trampset, March 12, 2021

“Bone Marrow’s Spongy and Daddy Don’t Lie,” Prometheus Dreaming, December 2020

“A College Girl Makes Wardrobe Decisions Based on the Possibility of a Random TSA Screening,” Superstition Review, Nov. 29, 2020

“This Six-Stringed Horizon Boogie,” Poets Reading the News, Oct. 14, 2020

“And, Oh, We Knew We Were Endless,” Narrow Road, August 2020

Poetry Reviews

Love Letter to Who Owns the Heavens, by Corey van Landingham, for Green Mountains Review, April 7, 2022

origin story, by Gary Jackson, for Colorado Review, Feb. 21, 2022

The Naomi Letters, by Rachel Mennies, for Tinderbox Poetry Journal, fall 2021

Pilgrim Bell, by Kaveh Akbar, for Colorado Review, Aug. 24, 2021

The God of Nothingness, by Mark Wunderlich, for Green Mountains Review, July 29, 2021

The Child Who, by Jeanne Benameur and translated from the French by Bill Johnston, for Poetry International Online, June 2021

Atomizer, by Elizabeth A. I. Powell, for Entropy, May 10, 2021

The In-Betweens, by Davon Loeb, for The Literary Review, October 2020