Prose

Critical Prose

September 2022: Review of The Book of Goose, by Yiyun Li in On the Seawall

April 2022: Review of Rapture and Melancholy: The Diaries of Edna St. Vincent Millay (ed. Daniel Mark Epstein) in On the Seawall

October 2021: Review of Rita Dove’s Playlist for the Apocalypse in Heavy Feather Review

August 2021: Review of Julia Koets’s Pine in Heavy Feather Review

October 2020: 32 Poems Contributor’s Marginalia, “Letter to Jane Zwart”

January 2019: Review of Mary Oliver’s Devotions: New and Selected Poems in America

Creative Nonfiction

Magic Mile” // The Common (December 2021)

Fiction

“The Present” // Catapult (August 2022)

“Remains” // Snarl Issue 3 (Spring 2022) [print] [excerpt]

“Consumption” // North Dakota Quarterly (Volume 89, Nos. 1/2, Spring/Summer 2022) [print]

“Salt” // Yalobusha Review (33, Spring 2021)

“The Blue Kingdom” // Great Lakes Review (Issue 9, August 2020) [print]

“Mother of Sorrows // Letters (Winter 2020)

“Moon Sycamore” // The Hopper (February 2020)

“What Comes Next” // Bayou Magazine (Issue 71, 2019) [print]

“Crepuscular Behavior” //  Tahoma Literary Review (Issue 15, Summer 2019) [print; audio here]

“Bonnet Man and the Invisible Moths of Franklin County” //  Green Briar Review (Winter 2019) [print]

“Space Coast” // The Piltdown Review (January 2, 2019)

“The Concertmaster” // Necessary Fiction (November 14, 2018)

“The Forester’s Three Daughters” //  briars lit (Volume 1, August 2018)

“Changelings” //  Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments (July 24, 2018)

“The Shore” //  Longleaf Review (Issue 2, April 1, 2018)

“How Vivian Vaughan Lost the Night Sky” //  South Carolina Review (Volume 50.2, Spring 2018) [print]

“The Death of Actaeon” // Day One (Issue 4.23, March 29, 2017; now available as a Kindle Single here. )

“The Green Thread and the Blue” // Pulp Literature (Issue 13, Winter 2017)

“Drifting, Maybe Caught” // Slush Pile Magazine (Issue 20, November 2016)

“Contingency Plans” //  Apeiron Review (Issue 11, Summer 2016)

“Allergies” // Valparaiso Fiction Review (Volume 5, Issue 2, May 2016)