POEMS

 

PUBLISHED POETRY

 

Sweet Girl and Other Poems
Narrative, Spring-2018

Suppose the Function is Praise
Poetry Daily, January 10, 2018

Litany for Permission
TriQuarterly, Summer 2017

Hereafter
RealPoetik, May 21, 2017

Insufficient
The Iowa Review, Poem-a-Day, April 8, 2017

Better Self
Vinyl Poetry and Prose, October 14, 2016

“Dysthymia:  Stagnant Traffic”
Linebreak, Fall 2016

So Lord I think I figured out the light
Horsethief, Summer 2016

Skyline-to-the-Sea
The Adroit Journal, Spring 2016

Endurance Training
Gulf Coast, Spring 2015

Late, in a Time of Splendor
Poetry Daily, November 12, 2014

Conditional
Narrative, 2015

Polestar
The Journal, Fall 2013

Self-Indictment with Arrhythmia
The Journal, Fall 2013

Love Poem with a Dropped Stitch
Crazyhorse, Number 84

 

SELECTED PRINT PUBLICATIONS

“Dear Lord if I am meant to boast” and
“Say why You keep on blessing me Lord”
Tin House, Summer Reading 2017

“Missing”
Subtropics
, Fall 2016

“Exit Liturgy”
Southern Indiana Review
,
Spring 2016  Fall 2105

“Fertility Treatments, Toast”
The Cincinnati Review, Vol. 13.1,
Summer 2016

“In Controlled Burn, Unversed,” “Engagements We Break, to Keep”
Denver Quarterly
, Vol. 50, No. 3,
Spring 2016

“Film Noir: Homelessness,”
Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review,
No. 42, Winter 2016

“Story with a Base Hit, Some Sting in It” 
Third Coast
, Issue 40-41, 2015

“Mute Song” 
The Seattle Review
, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2015

“[We’re beginning to see]”
River Styx
, Vol. 95, Fall 2015

“Late, in a Time of Splendor,” “Refrain” 
American Poetry Review
, Nov/Dec 2014

“[It wasn’t a fast break]” 
Mid-American Review
, Spring 2014

“Inheritance,” “Collective” 
West Branch
, Vol. 76, Fall 2014

“[I find every stopgap town]”
The Iowa Review
, Winter 2013/14

“Resting State” 
Crazyhorse
, Number 84

“Homestand” 
Crab Orchard Review
, July 2013

“Taking Care”  
Best New Poets 2012

“The Wanting” 
Washington Square Review
,
Fall 2012

“Ode to the Body”
Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review
, Winter 2011

“There Are No Garbage Days”
32 Poe
ms, Spring/Summer 2015

 

ESSAYS

Non-Native” in The Common

Sure as 6-4-3” at Some Call It Ballin’

Marjoram, Most Likely” at Petit Four

 

REVIEWS

Contributor’s Marginalia: Cate Lycurgus on “Midafternoon” by Anna Lena Phillips Bell

Contributor’s Marginalia: Cate Lycurgus on “There Are No Garbage Days” by  J.P. Grasser