Publications

Collections of Poems:

How Distant the City (chapbook, Headmistress Press, 2018)

Map of Things No Longer Here: Phonebook of Special Skills (collaboration with Molly Rideout and Rachel Buse, 2017. Click the link for a free PDF.)

For the Immediate Aftermath: Post-Election Poems (poetry pamphlet, self-published, 2016)

Individual Poems Available Online:

Sometimes I Imagine The Back Wall of This Room Is Rolled Open to the Night’s Solitude Like an Alley Garage With the Door Cranked Up” in Academy of American Poets 

The Interstitium’s Song” in Tinderbox Poetry Journal

Whole Walk The Run” and “Movement Song” in Fjords

Detour of War” in Small Orange

The One Crying in English Class” in Plume

What’s Worth Fixing” in Flyway Journal

This Land Will Always Be Here For You” and “Habitat” in About Place Journal

Plantains” in New Mexico Review

Body Politic of the Internet” and “NYE” in Stirring

The Set Up” in K‘in

Leave Red July” in Killjoy Zine

Sonnet for Road A” in Rogue Agent

Missing Cat” in SWWIM Women Writers

If This is My Last Message” in New Verse News

An Icy Stop” in The Wanderer

Poem for the March After the Election” in Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

You can also listen to several of my poems on Soundcloud.

Micro-Memoir:

Eleven Micro-Memoirs from the Pandemic” in Cleaver Magazine

The Red Dot That Ends the Sentence” in The Maine Review

Lyric Essays and Creative Nonfiction:

Teaching Commute” in Birdcoat Quarterly

Social Distancing, A Return Home, and Bishop’s ‘Questions of Travel’” in The Florida Book Review

Scholarship:

Feedback as Fan Letter: A Few Notes on What We Write to Students” in Assay: A Journal of Creative Nonfiction Studies

Guest Blog Posts:

I am a 2021 regular contributor to the Ploughshares blog. You can read all of my posts here.

Becoming a Pandemic Diarist” in ALL Blog

Guest post on Bhanu Kapil’s Ban en Banlieue in Bone Bouquet‘s “Reading For” series

Crucial Connections” in What She Might Think‘s Pandemic Meditations series

Journalism:

When Queer Brunch Outgrows the Apartment” in South Florida Gay News

Aesthetic Drift #18: O, Miami” in Drunken Odyssey

Bicycle Checkpoints Poetics: Crossing a City in Two Movements” in RelevantMilwaukee

Why I am Not a Foodie” in Huffington Post

Book Reviews:

Glass Poetry: Micro-Review of Julia Vinograd’s The Circus

The Drunken Odyssey: Review of Adrienne Rich’s Essential Essays

Gulf Stream: Review of Self-Portrait of Hildegard of Bingen by Kate Fadick

Gulf Stream: Review of Nasty Women Poets edited by Grace Bauer and Julie Kane

Woodland Pattern Blog: Review of Leslea Newman’s I Carry My Mother

TQ Reviews:

I serve as a staff book reviewer for South Florida Poetry Journal. Here are some of the books I’ve reviewed:

  • I Wish My Father by Lesléa Newman
  • Unprotected Lexicon by Alexa Chrisbacher
  • Have You Seen this Man: The Castro Poems of Karl Tierney, edited by Jim Cory
  • Sunshine State by Gregg Shapiro
  • Full-Metal Indigiqueer by Joshua Whitehead
  • American Letters: works on paper by Giovanni Singleton
  • Bluer and More Vast by Michael Hettich
  • The Burning Where Breath Used to Be by Jen Karetnick
  • Wade in the Water by Tracy K. Smith
  • Reading Queer: Poetry in a Time of Chaos edited by Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton

Interviews with Other People:

Ms. Magazine Blog: Interview with Farrell Greenwald Brenner

Gulf Stream: Interview with Eileen Myles

The Conversant: Interview with Danez Smith

The Conversant: Interview with Anja Notanja Sieger

Interviews of Me:

The Grabbed Anthology blog: Q&A Interview

5 to 9: The poet Alessandra Simmons interviewed me about my poetic practice.

The Art Shore: Q&A Interview

Untitled Town: Interview with Nichole Rued about Milwaukee Poetry of the Resistance

Reviews of My Work:

Jessica S. Frank reviews How Distant the City at Portage Magazine

Anthologies Featuring My Work:

The Aunt Flo Anthology (forthcoming)

The Grabbed Anthology (Beacon Press)

The Milwaukee Anthology (Belt Publishing)

If You Can Hear This: Poems in Protest of an American Inauguration (Sibling Rivalry Press)

Political Punch: Contemporary Poems on the Politics of Identity (Sundress Press)

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