Poems

Poems online:

The Writing Center (Jane Underwood Prize), “When the women imagine their mothers in death”

The Collagist, “Crone poem (we’re all gonna die)”

Guesthouse, “Boys with swords”

Plume, “Those little plastic number puzzles” and Linnaean”

Australian Book Review, “Rage to order”

Academy of American Poets, “Called”

Women’s Voices for Change, “Anchor (2)” (with discussion)

Rhino, “Charge (2)”

Blackbird, “Six Explanations for Migraine”

The Collagist, “Called,” “Chimera,” “Charge (1)”

Kenyon Review Online, “Anchor (1)”

At Length, “Flowers, Doggies, the Moon”

Blackbird, “View From the Headlands”

Blackbird, “Suburban Pastoral”

Failbetter, “Once Upon a Time”

Failbetter, “Left-Handed Universe: Variations”

Poetry Daily, “Spring Forward”

Broadsided, “Certain, Impossible, Likely” (also at Pittsburgh Poetry Houses)

Blackbird, “More”

Blackbird, “Dark Matter”

Spork, “1982,” “From Then,” “Aperto” 


Video:

Short film based on “Those little plastic number puzzles,” at Visible Poetry Project, April 2019

Reading at Marin Poetry Center, September 2015

Reading at Why There Are Words, July 2015


Selected print publications:

Zyzzyva (2015)

Rhino (2015)

Fourteen Hills (2015)

Cream City Review (2013)

The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry (2013)

Quarterly West (2009)

West Branch (2009)

32 Poems (2009, 2004)

Best New Poets (2006, 2005)

Michigan Quarterly Review (2006)

Iowa Review (2004)


Reviews and interviews:

Rain Taxi review of The Greenhouse

Galatea Resurrects review of The Greenhouse

Heavy Feather Review interview

Los Angeles Review review of The Greenhouse

Writers Who Read interview

California Journal of Women Writers review of The Greenhouse

Coal Hill review of The Greenhouse

Poet’s Guide to Motherhood interview

WordTemple radio interview

Maybesopoetry review of The Greenhouse

Sabotage review of The Greenhouse

New Books in Poetry interview

Speaking of Marvels interview

Benvenue House reading/craft talk

West Branch review of Tulips, Water, Ash

Poets’ Quarterly review of Tulips, Water, Ash

Seven-Question Interview with Writing Raw