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Poetry

 

Books

Common Sense, Lost Roads Press, 2016.

EquivalentsLost Roads Press, 2013. Winner of the Besmilr Brigham Women Writers Prize.

Late and Soon, Getting and Spending, letterpress chapbook, All Along Press, 2011.

Remains to Be Used, Apostrophe Books, 2010.

 

Anthologies

MAKE X: A decade of literary art, March 2017.

February, an anthology, April 2015.

Privacy Policy: The Anthology of Surveillance Poetics, Black Ocean, 2014.

less like an object more like the weather, poem for exhibition catalogue, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2013.

The Harp & Altar Anthology, select poems, Ellipsis Press, 2010.

 

Journals

Tupelo QuarterlyIssue 13, Fall 2017.

jubilat, Winter 2016.

Poor Claudia (Crush), August 2015.

Tarpaulin Sky, Summer 2015.

A Public Space, Winter 2015.

Poor Claudia (Phenome), February 2015.

Denver Quarterly, Summer 2014.

Aufgabe #13, Summer 2014.

MAKE Magazine, Summer 2014.

Boston ReviewApril 2014.

POOLAugust 2013.

Jet Fuel ReviewApril, 2013.

The AwlMarch, 2013.

Harp & Altar #10, Spring 2013.

Weekday (Publication Studio) #3, Fall 2012.

BOMB Magazine, Summer 2012.

Projector #4, Summer 2012.

Sink Review #6, September 2010.

Tusculum Review, Summer 2009.

52nd City #6, July 2007.

Harp & Altar #1, Fall 2006.

 

Projects

Common Sense (an erasure of Zoe Leonard’s “I Want a President), Fall 2013, photocopied zine with gold leaf, edition of 30 for Pie Crust Magazine. Archived in the Barnard Zine Library.

366 Skies, a year-long collaborative work with artists Gina Alvarez & Amy Thompson.  Recipient of a 2012 Critical Mass Creative Stimulus Award.

 

Reviews

Harp & Altar #8, November 2010, “Learning Again What We Think We Know,” review of Brandon Downing’s Lake Antiquity.

 

Other

I contributed a poem to Catalina Ouyang's project anotherdocument.info

Song of the Week micro-essay on GNR’s “Sweet Child O’ Mine” in Coldfront.

In Their Own Words feature for the Poetry Society of America.

LINES essay, April 2013, Lost Roads Press blog.

Painter Eva Lundsager chose a line from my poem “Atlantis” as the title of her September 2011 exhibition at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York: “And Stillness is There and Then Some”.