Publications, Honors, Events


Faultlinectrl + vphoebeTYPO / Propeller / Bag / What HappensCan We Have Our Ball Back / Dream Pop / Best Buds / Hobart  / Pulpmouth / Tagvverk Paintbucket  / The Brooklyn Review  / APARTMENT /  DMQ Review / SiDEKiCK LIT /  DecomP Magazine / Eunoia Review


Bat City Review (Issue 17) / The Brooklyn Review (Issue 34) / H.O.W. Journal (Issue 8)


Washington Square Review / Bennington Review / Gigantic Sequins / Midst / Strange Horizons


Futurefeed with Alyssa Moore
Dead Alive Magazine with Kelly Clare


The Failure of University of Iowa Leadership - The Gazette (2020)


Egg Cream (2018) director (with Peter Miller), a short documentary about a soda fountain drink and Jewish storytelling. Distributed by Icarus Films. 


Finalist for Greg Grummer Poetry Prize, phoebe (2021)

Winner of Bat City Review Editor’s Prize in Wild Card category for “Deep-Fried Poem Shaped Like A Square” (2020)

Finalist for Poetry Society of America’s Anna Rabinowitz Prize for excerpt of manuscript Deep-Fried Poems (2020)

Finalist for Omnidawn Open Poetry Book Prize, selected by Rachel Zucker (2019)

Winner of Ghost Proposal Chapbook Contest for LULL (2020)

Special Juror’s Award, Joyce Forum Jewish Short Film Festival for Egg Cream (2018)

Online Film of the Month, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival for Egg Cream (2018)

Pushcart Prize nominee, DMQ Review, for poem “After, Tigers” (2017)

The Moth StorySlam winner, story featured on The Moth podcast (2015)


Reader, Fautline journal launch reading (May 2021)

Egg Cream talk, Museum at Eldridge Street, (April 2021)

Reader, What Happens: Journal Launch, Online (Summer 2020)

Led “The Poem Inside the Poem, a workshop in radical revision,” for Iowa City Poetry (Summer 2020)

Washington, Iowa Public Library Writers’ Workshop visiting writer (Spring 2018, 2019, 2020)

Reader, Departure Reading Series (Spring 2020)

Headliner, LULL chapbook launch reading, Chicago, IL (Spring 2020)

Co-curator of “No One Knows What To Do With It,” an art exhibition at the University of Iowa showcasing pieces from visual artists working with text, and poets working visually (Fall 2019)

UIowa Pentacrest Museums Write Nite Visiting Writer (Fall 2019)

Play “The Wall-Sized Fish” premiered at What Happens: A Festival of Poets’ Theater, Iowa City, IA (Spring 2019)