'both under influence of moon,' and 'Maybe we should have worn sunscreen.' Manzano Mountain Review. Issue No. 5 Theme: Chiaroscuro. Web. October 28, 2020.
'los saguaros are being destroyed.' South Broadway Press. Food For Thought. South Broadway Ghost Society partnered with Denver Food Rescue to produce this pretty pink poetry anthology. (my poem wasn't formatted correctly... so the correct one is posted here, but no matter because) All proceeds go to Denver Food Rescue. Print. July 2020.
'rise and fall and other titles (aurelius was emperor) (siddhartha a prince).' Rise Up Review. Summer 2020 Issue. Web. July 6, 2020.
'Americans are rushing around stocking up on toilet paper.' Writers Resist. Issue 113: 25 June 2020. Web. June 25, 2020.
'Years that ask questions.' Writers Resist. 'Writings inspired by Black Lives Matter' issue. Web. June 11, 2020. (The title is a nod to Zora Neale Hurston.) Honorable Mention, 49th New Millenium Writing Awards https://newmillenniumwritings.org/writing-awards-49/
'Primary Colors.' Another Chicago Magazine, Category: 'Race/riot/rebellion/revolution.' Web. June 2, 2020.
'maldiciones de odio y amor en los tiempos de mierda.' Text and audio. Cathexis Northwest Press. Web. March 1, 2020.
'Staring at the Himalayas (or how to stop worrying and just do the dishes.)' Contemporary Verse 2: The Canadian Journal of Poetry/La Revue Canadienne de Poésie. Print. Vol. 42 Issue No. 3. Winter/Hiver 2020.
'Chicago is not a good place to fall into the river.' Newcity's 'The Summer Pastoral' issue. Print p. 19 and web. June 2019.
'Charley, Chacha and The Curse,' from the collection, Cumbia Therapy. The Acentos Review. Web. August 2018.
'No more sex if you throw me to the ghosts.' Beautiful LosersMagazine, Year One, Issue Two. Web. August 2, 2017.
'Reds I' and 'Reds II.' Damaged Goods Press: TQ Review: A Journal of Trans and Queer Voices. Print. July 2017.
'Oryza sativa.' The Shanghai Literary Review. Shanghai, China, June 2017. Print. | Web. October 2, 2017.
'To Dao.' Chicago Literati, The Dystopia Issue. Web. March 13, 2017. Longlisted for the Irish Fish Publishing Flash Fiction Contest, 2016.