The Ghost Wife (Poetry Society of America 2017) is available for sale here! Winner of the 2017 PSA Chapbook Fellowship, selected by Patrick Rosal. Thank you!

Ghost Wife
“Reading Madame Bovary.” Ploughshares, forthcoming.
“Illegal Immigration.” Pleiades, forthcoming.
“When I.C.E. Came for Me.” Pleiades, forthcoming.
“The Answer Everyone Wants.” Indiana Review, forthcoming.
“In Durban We Encountered a Problem.” Indiana Review, forthcoming.
“Cholera Is What My Grandfather Did During the War.” Winner of the Crab Orchard Review’s 2018 Richard Peterson Poetry Prize, Vol. 23, issue 2. Oct. 18, 2018. Page 152.
“The Badlands.” Triquarterly. Issue 153, Winter/Spring 2018.
“Poem with a Car Wreck.” Triquarterly. Issue 153, Winter/Spring 2018.
“The Ghost Wife.” The Missouri Review Poem of the Week, Oct. 30, 2017.
“Spratly and Paracel.”
The Quarry: A Social Justice Poetry Database. Poem of the Week Series for Split This Rock, March 31, 2017.
“I See Her Best.” Copper Nickel, Issue 24, Spring 2017.
“Poem Ending in Antarctica.” The Adroit Journal, Issue 19, Jan. 2017.
“La Traviata.” The Adroit Journal, Issue 19, Jan. 2017.
“It Was One of Kitty’s Happy Days.” CrazyhorseIssue 90. Fall 2016.
“Everything Where It Belongs.” Hyphen Magazine: Asian America Unabridged blog, December Lit. Dec. 13, 2016.
Up the Mountains Down the Fields.” Drunken Boat, Issue 24.
“White Bear.” Vinyl Poetry and Prose, July 24, 2016. Featured poet, with interview.
“Wuping, 1969.” Vinyl Poetry and Prose, July 24, 2016. Featured poet, with interview.
“Don’t Bear Me Ill Will for Telling Everyone About You.” Vinyl Poetry and Prose, July 24, 2016. Featured poet, with interview.
“Tell Me Where the Past Is and I’ll Learn Better.” The Cortland Review, Issue
68. August 2015.
“How Easy to Live with Choice.” Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics, April 15, 2016.
“Conversation with Thérèse.” Memorious: A Journal of New Verse and Fiction, Issue 25. February 2016.

On the Slow Reading Movement: Editor’s Note, for Adroit issue 25, May 2018.
With Christopher Soto, in response to the likely recision of DACA, 2017, on the Poetry Foundation blog.
With Philip B. Williams on Vinyl Poetry and Prose: (Scroll to bottom)