This is a running list of my poetry publications. Where possible, I’ve linked directly to the pieces; otherwise, please check out the journals’ main pages.



A video of “Reading Not Reading” (in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park), presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Asian American Literary Review, and Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center celebrating Asian American poets published in The Best American Poetry 2020

“Reading Not Reading” anthologized in The Best American Poetry 2020

“The Future” anthologized in The Best Small Fictions 2020

Awake Before Being Woken,” “Here at the End between the Body and the Thing,” and “From the Ending the Sentence Appears Too Simple,” Sink, Issue 19, Fall 2020

To the Beloved in the Separated Architectures of our Simplicity,” The Volta, Issue #49, April 2020

Saturation #1,” “Saturation #2,” and “Saturation #3,” Bennington Review, Issue 8 2020

“The Recluse” and “The Letter,” American Poetry Review, Vol. 48 No. 4, July/August 2019

Thin Continuance” and “Reading Not Reading,” Poetry Northwest, Summer & Fall 2019

The Future” and “The Past,” wildness, No. 18, Winter 2019

The View,” The Iowa Review, online feature for national poetry month, Spring 2019

The Hotel,” New Delta Review, 9.1, Winter 2018

Letter While You Are Still Sleeping” and “Rogue,” diode, Vol. 12, No. 1, Winter 2018

The Present“, PoetryNow from The Poetry Foundation, interview and poem, 2018

“Antiquity, Exculpatory Origin Story, Innermost, Sculpture, and Bell,” Spoon River Poetry Review, 42.2, Winter 2017

The Weeknight Showing,” Blackbird, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2017

Commute #2,” The Southampton Review Online, 2017

Simple Story,” reposted on Verse Daily, 2017 (original publication in Hayden’s Ferry Review—see below)

Thursday Notation,” reposted on Verse Daily, 2017 (original publication in Bennington Review—see below)

“Thursday Notation” and “The Nacreous Interior,” Bennington Review, Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2016

“Biography” and “Fear of Death,” Ruminate, Issue 41, Fall/Winter 2016

“Relief Overture,” “Made Up,” and “Circumference,” Verdad, 2016

Spin,” and “Part of the Fairness,” A Bad Penny Review, 2016

“Fast Ride,” Denver QuarterlyIssue 51, Number 1, 2016

“Commute #1,” cream city review, forthcoming 2017

“The Weeknight Showing,” Blackbird, Vol. 16 No. 2, Fall 2017

“Hibernis,” and “Tractatus Californicus,” Muse, 2016

“Anniversary,” Cincinnati ReviewSummer 2016

“Simple Story,” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue 58, Spring/Summer 2016

“Pastoral,” Colorado Review, Spring 2016

“Metric Foot” and “Peel, Erase,” Gulf Coast (Online Exclusive), Spring 2016

Vacation,” Prodigal, 2016

“Quarter” and “Decide,” Booth, 2015

“Come, The Letter Reads,” The Journal, 2015

“Auditorium,” Juked, 2015

“Volume” and “Stage,” Otis Nebula, 2015

“The End of Science” and “Walking Meditation,” Fjords, 2015

“De Rigeur,” “Economy,” “First Camera,” “In the Style,” “The Refusal of Suitors,” and “Tarriance,” descant (Texas Christian University), 2013

“Cine,” “Infamy,” and “After You Buried the Danger,” The Journal (Ohio State University), 2012

“There Was Never Anything Filled Out on the Form,” Colorado Review (Colorado State University), 2012

“Prize,” Another Chicago Magazine,  2012

“Cheat,” May Day, 2012

“Post” and “Perfect Attendance,” The Iowa Review (University of Iowa), No. 42/3 2012

“Bene, Bene,” Barrow Street, Winter, 2011

“Zeugma” and “The Meaning and the Meaning,” American Letters and Commentary (University of Texas—San Antonio), No. 22, 2011

“Lyric No. 1,” “Lyric No. 2,” “Lyric No. 3,” “Lyric No. 6,” and “Lyric No. 5,” Birmingham Poetry Review, No. 38, 2011

“All the News in a Given Length,” “Master of Ceremonies,” “The Painting of Your Face,” “First We Are Born, Then We Watch Ourselves,” “Eclogue, Fuss, Sweep,” and “To Entertain,” Tryst, No. 18, 2010.

“Darling, Where Shall We Go,” Washington Square (New York University), No. 25, 2010

Side/Side” and “A Yellow Bucket of Sun,” Drunken Boat, No. 12, 2010

“Travelogue,” Meridian (University of Virginia), No. 24, 2010

“Very Big, But Then I Was Very Young,” “The Big Days of Summer,” and “Phone Calls,  A Highway: Your Book of Dances,” Cream City Review (University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee), Vol. 33, No. 1, 2009

“Letter from the Interior,” Sonora Review (University of Arizona), forthcoming 2009

“Tightrope Walker.” Cimarron Review (Oklahoma State University), No. 165, 2008

“Child.” The Louisville Review (Spalding University), Vol. 64, 2008

“Race Car, Race Car” and “My Friend, My Friend.” Word For/Word, No. 14, 2008

“Toy Story” and “The Visitor.” 42opus, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2008

“Night Gift for the Baseball Field.” Spout; 2009

“Pilot.” The Ninth Letter (University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana); Vol. 5, No. 2, 2009

“Audio: Oral” and “Audio: The Philosopher.” Blackbird (Virginia Commonwealth University and New Virginia Review), Vol. 7, No. 1, 2008

Chambered Nautilus,” “Audio: Intern,” and “The Arbiter as Protagonist.” failbetter, No. 27,    2008

“Long-Distance Runner.” Notre Dame Review (University of Notre Dame), No. 27, 2009

“Home.” DIAGRAM, 8.2, 2008

“Animals.” Tin House; No. 35, 2008

“Farm.” New Delta Review, (Louisiana State University), Vol. 25, No.1, 2008

“Impromptu Carouse,” The Cincinnati Review (University of Cincinnati), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2008

“Lady,” Natural Bridge (University of Missouri, St. Louis), No. 18, 2007

“Stories,” Faultline (University of California, Irvine), No. 16, 2007

The Orphan” and “Exile,” (pdf) Hayden’s Ferry Review (Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University), No. 40, 2007

“Morning” and “Force,” threecandles, Sp. 2005

“The Expert,” The Sycamore Review (Purdue University), Vol.17, No.1, 2005

“Ruins,” “Under the Green Ash,” Watershed (California State University, Chico), Vol.28, No. 1,     2004

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