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Poetry Foundation

Read an educational article I wrote on the long history of prose poetry as a form of rebellion for the Poetry Foundation here

A screenshot of an article titled "Prose Poetry as Rebellion" on the website for Poetry Foundation. The cover image of the article is a stylized illustration of many different individuals holding larger than life pencils to draw and grow a garden.


Read a recommendation of my work by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, national bestselling author of Friday Black and Chain-Gang All-Stars on Longreads here.

A screenshot of a review of Unearthings by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah on

Aquifer: The Florida Review

Read "All Their Awful Particles," the opening poem of my collection Unearthings at Aquifer: The Florida Review here.

A screenshot of "All Their Awful Particles" poem on Aquifer: The Florida Review Online website.

The Harvard Review

Read a review of my poetry by critic Calista McRae for The Harvard Review here.

A sreenshot of a review of Unearthings on Harvard Review Online.

Freeman's: Conclusions

I published three translations of the poetry of Song-dynasty woman writer Li Qingzhao in the final issue of Freeman's, edited by esteemed literary critic and former Granta editor John Freeman. The issue received a starred review in Kirkus Reviews, with my translations garnering particular praise.  

The cover of Freeman's: Conclusions. The title "Freeman's" in orange and bold above the words "The Best New Writing on Conclusions," also in orange. Two hands hold up a camera, on whose screen displays the setting sun. In front of the hands and the camera is the setting sun.


I was interviewed by Julia Haney of Thalia magazine in 2018. Read the interview online here.

The cover image of THALIA magazine:  The Ritual Issue for November/December 2018. The cover image is a close up of an abstract painting in greens, reds, yellows, and oranges on a larger purple-gray background.

Poetry and Everything

Listen to writer and activist Judith Arcana, a member of the Jane Collective, interview me for Poetry and Everything at KBOO Community Radio

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Read my translation of a poem by Song-dynasty woman writer Li Qingzhao in Rattle here. This poem will be included in my collection The Magpie at Night, a volume of translations of Li Qingzhao's poetry forthcoming from FSG in 2025.

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Washington Square Review

Eating Bitterness 


Gulf Coast


North American Review

Madness: A Reader's Companion

Mid-American Review

The Scarecrow (short story)

A Public Space


Partridge Sky

Fragrant Trails

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