What We Grew in the Desert” (forthcoming) in SWWIM

About Face” in MiGoZine

Contingencies” in San Francisco Public Library’s Poem of the Day series

Hello, Brother” in Talking Writing

We will die beautifully in the way of stars,” “A Kind of Flattery,” “Sometimes I remember,” “Psalm” and “Seat 23A” in Fearsome Critters

The Wave” in the San Francisco Chronicle

When This Is All Over” in Midst

Point At Which Parallel Waves Converge & From Which Diverge” in Tin House

Machine Learning” and “Dissonance” in Rattle

Sun Setting on San Francisco” and “Habits” in JuxtaProse Literary Magazine

Distribution” in Bellevue Literary Review (Pushcart Prize Nom)

“Commonalities” in Figure 1

The Way Love Expires,” (Best of the Net Nom), “How men deal,” [Watch], “Transplant,” [Watch], “Normal” and “Magnificent Things” in Atticus Review

“Little Fires” and “The Next Great American Love Story” in ZYZZYVA

Writing Elegies Like Robert Hass” in the Intima (Pushcart Prize Nom)

Angles” in Spry

“I Am Yi-Fen Chou” [Watch], “The Magnificent Capacity of Two Fireflies” [Watch], “Telomeres and a 2AM (Love) Poem” [Watch], and “Circe in the Mirror” [Watch]
in sPARKLE & BLINK 69 and 64

Cactus Heart” in Cactus Heart

…an eclectic writer of great talent and broad subject matter who serves up poetry with a lyrical and narrative focus that, much like an obsidian knife, presents a dark edge about a thousand times sharper than a scalpel.

Michael Meyerhofer, Poetry Editor of Atticus Review

Brother” in The Quotable

“Radiation” in Tabula Rasa

“Casino,” “Dear Steve,” “Decision-Making,” “Laboratory Observations,” and “Visiting the Dreams of my Husband (a Su Shi translation)” in The Vanderbilt Review

“Letters to My Mother,” “Playing Dead,” and “The Last Visitation” in Tell Me Again

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