Online

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

Vinyl Poetry & Prose | “Of The Question Of Self & How It Never Quite Gets Answered”

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

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

Poetry Project | “The Great Thing About Having A Secret is / It Stays A Secret”

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

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

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

The Rumpus | "i am a hide"

MUZZLE Magazine | "a question of rain."

 

 

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boundary2 | Four Poems

Fields Magazine (Issue 5) | Two Poems

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