Poetry published in Gulf Coast, The Offing, Kinfolks Quarterly, among others.



"My Yellow Haired Mother Did Not Come Home", "sometimes it stands like a mother", and "They Look Like Wings If You Squint Hard Enough" in West Branch

"To Disembark" (after Glenn Ligon) in 92Y A New Colossus: A Celebration of Our America

"In Translation" and "Portrait of The Artist As A Young Man" in Gulf Coast

"Watching Paul Mooney Hum Amazing Grace Post 9-11 While Eating Hot Wings From Crown Fried" in Nepantla

"untitled [the wound is a matter]" and "untitled [the rules are the rules]" in fields

"the subject seems to fall apart in your hands" in The Offing

"re-enactments with the volume down" and "Contextual" in Twelfth House

"i am a hide" in The Rumpus

"a question of rain." in MUZZLE Magazine

"on the four train (an erasure of a passenger's lyrics)" in Kinfolks Journal




Four Poems in boundary2

"back home we call them slums" in Day One (Kindle)

"Reverend Marvin Pentz Gaye, Sr." in Again I Wait for This to Pull Apart