“State Song” and other poems in Ecotone

“We Could Be” in About Place (Special Issue, PRACTICES OF HOPE)

“The South” in Terrain.org, “Letter to America” feature

“Feeling Good” in Sweet (Pushcart nominee); also “Could Have Done Worse,” “White Noise Machine”

“American Incognitum” in Cold Mountain Review

“First Baptist, Lexington” in storySouth; also “Spring Rage”

“Paid Advertisement” and “Rescue Ballad” in About Place (Special Issue, SOUTH)

“Imperfect Ten” in Rise Up Review

“Absentation” in Thrush

“Before Lexington” in Cold Mountain Review

“Millay at Forty-Nine” and “Song of the Emmenagogues” in Mezzo Cammin

“Postlapsarian Salsa Verde” in One

“Sigh Like Twig the Wonder Kid,” “End of Talk,” “Côte Sauvage” in Turbine 14

“My Dead Father Remembers My Birthday,” first published in New Ohio Review, from a Shenandoah National Poetry Month feature

“Damage Reports” in Valparaiso Poetry Review

“Epistolary Art,” winner of Switchback‘s Editor’s Prize

“Pure Products of America,” “What They Don’t Say,” “The Sun Went Down Then I Felt Sad” from Poetry Congeries

“Attachments,” “No Privacy,” and “Theme Park Pantoum” in Poemeleon

from “The Calderstones” in Blackbird

“Dressing Down, 1962” in Poetry

“Oral Culture” in Slate, includes audio

“Rimwalkers” in Rattle, includes audio

“Screening My Calls,” “The Existential Uses of Repression,” and “Jamming My Calls” in Talking Writing

“Zombie Thanksgiving” in Fringe

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