This page is a complete mess and you’d be better off looking at my CV here.


Creative Writing:

  • Flash Fiction:
    • “Exodus of the Dead” in Popshot Magazine Issue 13. 2015.
    • “Hiding Out: A Fictionalized Memoirfesto” in Semicolon 3.1 (Boulder, CO: Semicolon Press), 2013.
  • Poetry:
    • “The Sun is Leaving the Hill Now: Four Poems,” Literary Orphans, April 2016.
    • “Rain Dance” in the anthology Revolution & Discontent (Poetry in Motion Publishing).
    • “Life is Here on the Mountain” in the anthology Revolution & Discontent (Poetry in Motion Publishing).
    • “VI. (From ‘The Facebook of the Dead’)” in CSHS 3, [Forthcoming]
    • Lovers’ Quarrel,” in Rogue Particles Magazine, September 15, 2014.
    • Orville Wright and the Bomb,” in MAYDAY Magazine 8: Summer 2014.
    • Who Said Science Isn’t Poetry?” in The Humanist, July 11, 2014.
    • “A Song Written for a Rain Shower (Boulder, CO)” in Semicolon 3.1 (Boulder, CO: Semicolon Press), 2013.
    • “To Know a Place,” in Naked on the Roads zine, (St. Joseph, MN: Bruno Press), June 2013.
    • Walking with Paul Gruchow,” The Minneapolis City Pages’ “The Written Word” Blog, February 26, 2013.
    • “Under the Streetlights, Vaudeville” in Semicolon (Boulder, CO: Semicolon Press), 2012.
    • “The Countryside Follows,” in Erasure: SWP Magazine 2012 (Boulder, CO: Naropa Press), July 2012.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Adam Benforado’s Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice (2015). Journal of Science and Law, 2016.
    • Bill Berkson’s Expect Delays (2014). Rain Taxi Review of Books.
    • E.O. Wilson’s The Meaning of Human Existence (2014) in The Humanist. Summer 2015.
    • Claire Sprague’s It Can Happen Here: Jack London, Sinclair Lewis, Philip Roth (2013). The Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter. [Forthcoming].
    • Thressa Johnson’s A Particular Weight (2014). Rain Taxi Review of Books.
    • Alison Winfield Burns’ Ivy League Bohemians (2015)Empty Mirror. February 27, 2015.
    • Joseph A. Amato’s Buoyancies: A Ballast Master’s Log (2014). Rain Taxi Review of Books. Vol. 19, no. 4. Winter 2014.
    • Chrissy Kolaya’s Any Anxious Body (2014)Cutbank. October 20, 2014.
    • Oliver Rohe’s Vacant Lot (2011, trans. Laird Hunt)Empty Mirror. June 28, 2014.



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