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'momento mori' and 'let them eat light.' Cherry Tree. Issue 9. Poetry. Print. February 2023.
Riding The Dragon: Between Inhale And Exhale, Time Stretching Like Shadows Across Purple Mountains.' Mud Season Review. Issue #65. Interview. Web. January 2023.
'Rave at the Albuquerque Mining Company' and 'The Letter.' The Glacier. Fiction. Web. December 2022.
Poetry portfolio: 'last payphone in times square,' 'real feel 109,' 'consciousness seeks same,' 'Red matter,' and 'Rishikesh is famous in the West.' Mud Season Review. Issue #65. Poetry. Web. December 2022.
'There are no saints in the animal kingdom, only breakfast and dinner.' The Closed Eye Open. Issue VIII. Nonfiction. Web. December 2022.
Excerpt from Cumbia Therapy. Suburbia. Issue V — Summer 2022. P. 54-86. First place 2021 Novel Excerpt Contest. Fiction. Web. June 2022.
'cemento y adobe.' pilgrimage. P. 95 and p. 96. Volume 43, Issue 2: Edges and Borders. Poetry. Print. June 2022.
'under the definition of quarantine, an example: many animals die in quarantine.' The Southern Review. Poetry. Web. July 8, 2021. Print. August 2021.
'despite the avoidance of red meat' and 'a 3.2 mile path of 110 mile per hour winds.' carte blanche. Poetry. Web. June 4, 2021.
'100 Things that more or less happened between me and you.' The Brooklyn Review. P. 106-7, p. 108-109, p. 110-111, p. 112. Nonfiction. Web. May 18, 2021.
'Application for Inclusion in the 5th Golden Records of Greater American History.' PANK: Environmental Futures Folio. Fiction. Web, print (forthcoming) and audio. April 22, 2021. Earth Day.
'Louder than a Bom-Bom.' Flowersong Books: Selena Anthology. Poetry. Print. Spring 2021.
'North of the Pearl River in Canton,' 'Contemporary Compass Rose,' 'Thought for Food in the Victorian Age as Food for Thought' and
'Rishikesh mid-June: The wish granting tree.' BathHouse Journal. Poetry. Web. Mar. 18, 2021.
'promsing a building is fireproof es como prometer amar pa' siempre.' The Columbia Review. P. 40, p. 41-42. Web. Poetry. Fall 2020. Release Feb. 2021.
'you can't really drink out of a cactus.' Superstition Review. Issue 26; Social Justice Issue. Poetry. Web. Dec. 1, 2020.
'10th sign.' Channel: Ireland's Environmentalist Literary Magazine. Issue 3. Poetry. Web. Audio. Nov. 26, 2020.
'both under influence of moon,' and 'Maybe we should have worn sunscreen.' Manzano Mountain Review. Issue No. 5 Theme: Chiaroscuro. Poetry. Web. October 28, 2020. The latter received a Pushcart Prize Nomination.
'los saguaros are being destroyed.' South Broadway Press. 'Food For Thought.' South Broadway Ghost Society partnered with Denver Food Rescue to produce this pretty in pink poetry anthology. (my poem wasn't formatted correctly... so the original is posted here, but no matter because) All proceeds go to Denver Food Rescue. Poetry. Print. July 2020. Video.
'rise and fall and other titles (aurelius was emperor) (siddhartha a prince).' Rise Up Review. Summer 2020 Issue. Poetry. Web. July 6, 2020.
'my boob popped out in the pool today.' Pretty Owl Poetry. Summer 2020, Issue 26. P. 32. Poetry. Web. July 2, 2020.
'Americans are rushing around stocking up on toilet paper.' Writers Resist. Issue 113: 25 June 2020. Poetry. Web. June 25, 2020.
'She needs to know my skin isn’t whitening but my hair is.' Epiphany. Borders Issue. Poetry. Print. June 16, 2020. Web. August 20, 2020. Virtual reading June 26th.
'Years that ask questions.' Writers Resist. 'Writings inspired by Black Lives Matter' issue. Poetry. 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.' Poetry. Web. June 2, 2020.
'Bleach really does expire.' Black Coffee Review, The Apocalypse Issue. Poetry. Web. April 27, 2020.
'maldiciones de odio y amor en los tiempos de mierda.' Cathexis Northwest Press. Poetry. Web. Text and audio. 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. Poetry. Print. P. 13 and p. 14. Vol. 42 Issue No. 3. Winter/Hiver 2020.
democracy lessons. Collaborative poetry project. Jen Karmin, editor; Ruby and Truitt, curators. Web. December 2020.
'Chicago is not a good place to fall into the river.' Newcity's 'The Summer Pastoral' issue. Poetry. Print. P. 19 and web. June 2019.
From Cumbia Therapy, 'Charley, Chacha and The Curse.' The Acentos Review. Fiction. Web. August 2018.
'No more sex if you throw me to the ghosts.' Beautiful Losers Magazine, Year One, Issue Two. Nonfiction. Web. August 2, 2017.
'Reds I' and 'Reds II.' Damaged Goods Press: TQ Review: A Journal of Trans and Queer Voices. Poetry and nonfiction. Print. July 2017.
'Oryza sativa.' The Shanghai Literary Review. Shanghai, China, June 2017. Nonfiction. Print. | Web. October 2, 2017.
'Pantone 213U.' The Chaffey Review, Vol. XV, May 2017. Print. Speculative fiction. Featured on the U.K.'s Litro Lab's Podcast, April 2019.
'To Dao.' Chicago Literati, The Dystopia Issue. (Now defunct.) Fiction. Web. March 13, 2017. Longlisted for the Irish Fish Publishing Flash Fiction Contest, 2016.
'resistance dreams.' Collaboration poem for Chicago Writers Resist. Distributed at CWR events and on the January 20th, 2017 anti-inauguration reading at Volumes Bookscafe. January 2017.
four haiku. World Haiku Review, Vanguard Haiku. Poetry. Web. January 2017.
in lotus it is
easier to focus on
the legs than the mind