Publications

Anthology

“Queemy,” “Two yoo-hoos,” “I took Dove soap.” Dirty:Dirty. Seattle: Jaded Ibis Press, 2013. Print. (forthcoming)

Poetry

“Stage Direction for a Play Entitled L’Avenir” and “boomlet.” PoetsArtists. Issue #36 July 2012. Print/Web. (link)

“Contrition in the Abode of the Word,” “Splatter Prophecy,” and “To sacrifice to a spirit not one’s own.” Jet Fuel Review. Issue 3 Spring 2012. Web. (link)

“Dreams Under the Wrack of the New Empathy.” PoetsArtists. Volume 4 Issue 4 August 2011. Print.

“Iffy Feeds.” Ariel. Volume XXX 2011. Print.

“the altar-net route,” “scratches, opiates, & niches,” “‘gainst anathema,” “DiMulTimed.” Moria: A Poetry Journal. Volume 12 Issue 1, 2, and 3. Summer and Fall 2009, Winter 2010. Web. (link)

“Before his first steps, he’s off again,” “adding background to your body belie,” “I don’t know what he brings but he brings something,” “Follow the GPS to French Lick and connotate,” “Tila Tequila,” “Phlebas from Waco a fortnight.” Milk Magazine. Issue 9: January 2010. Web. (link)

“A Lithograph of Villainy,” “untitled,” “untitled.” OCHO #29. January 2010. Print/Web. (link)

“tea.” Real Toads #3. Fall 2009. Print.

“A Strained Female Face.” Another Chicago Magazine (ACM) 48. Spring 2009. Print.

“elegiac stanzas” (five prose-poem series). P.F.S. Post. May 2008. Web. (link)

“dear dangerfeld,” “lustthrust,” “myspace is aself.” P.F.S. Post. November 2007. Web. (link)

“Epistrophic,” “Yao,” and “Subject: And in Losing My Cell Phone I Lost Myself.” OCHO #11. August 2007. Print.

Polish stripper in my life boat” and “Invitation to the Cult of Musth.” Cordite Poetry Review. Issue 26: Innocence. 24 July 2007. Web.

“variation on two phrases from Othello” and “Elegy / Eulogia” P.F.S. Post. February 2007. Web. (link)

“blackbird 4” and “blackbird 5.”  P.F.S. Post. January 2007. Web. (link)

“Obedients.” Alehouse. Vol. 1 Issue 1. 2007. Print.

“Before his first steps, he’s off again.” Milk Magazine. Issue 8. December 2006. Web.

“The Players. Piano.” and “Pseudo. Ode. To a myspace Addict.” Moria: A Poetry Journal. Vol. 9 issue 1 Summer 2006. Web. (link)

“Diptych.” The November 3rd Club. July 2006. Web. (link)

“Supermarket Tabloid Tableau.” P.F.S. Post. January 2006. Web. (link)

Essays

“I am a Beautiful Monster: Lady Gaga as Dadaist Barometer.” Gaga Stigmata: Critical Writings and Art About Lady Gaga. 5 Dec 2010. Web. (link)

“Aase Berg’s With Deer and Lady Gaga’s ‘Bad Romance’ Video: Fashion & Skins.” Gaga Stigmata: Critical Writings and Art About Lady Gaga.  28 March 2010. Web. 28 March 2010. Web. (link)

Reviews

aaaaaaaaaaalice by Jennifer Karmin.” PoetsArtists. Volume 4 Issue 5 Fall 2011. Print/Web.

“The Poem as a Type of Activism: A Review of Francesco Levato’s War Rug.” Jacket2. 2011. Web. (link)

Blood Dazzler by Patricia Smith.” PoetsArtists. April 2011. Print/Web. (link)

My Kill Adore Him by Paul Martinez Pompa.” PoetsArtists. Volume 3 Issue 1. January 2010. Print/Web. (link)

For the Fighting Spirit of the Walnut by Takashi Hiraide translated by Sawako Nakayasu” PoetsArtists. Volume 2 Issue 3 Summer 2009. Print/Web. (link)

Strange Trades by Kristy Odelius.” Poets Artists . Volume 2 Issue 2 Spring 2009. Print/Web. (link)

“With an I to an I for an I: A review of Adam Fieled’s POSIT.” Galatea Resurrects (a poetry engagement). Issue #7 30 August 2007. Web. (link)

“Against Lightning Flashes: Inspiration in Kristin Prevallet’s Scratch Sides.” Jacket. Issue 32 April 2007. Web. (link)

“Hyper-Particular Investigation and Song in Garin Cycholl’s Blue Mound to 161Moria: A Poetry Journal. Vol. 9 issue 1 Summer 2006. Web. (link)

“Transcending the Human in David Woo’s The Eclipses.”  Review Revue. Vol. 2 Issue 3. Print.

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