Publications & Awards


Midst (forthcoming) / Strange Horizons (forthcoming) / TYPO / 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


Bennington Review (forthcoming) / Gigantic Sequins (forthcoming, May 2021) / Faultline (forthcoming, Spring 2021) / The Brooklyn Review (Issue 34) / The Reader (2015) / H.O.W. Journal (Issue 8)


Futurefeed, with Alyssa Moore
Dead Alive Magazine, with Kelly Clare


Winner of the 2020 Bat City Review Editor’s Prize in the category of Wild Card for “Deep Fried Poem Shaped Like a Square”

Finalist for the Poetry Society of America’s 2020 Anna Rabinowitz Prize for selection from “Deep Fried Poems” (a manuscript in progress)

Finalist for the 2019 Omnidawn Open Poetry Book Prize, selected by Rachel Zucker, for manuscript “Wall-Sized Fish” (now titled “The Phone Book”)

Winner of the 2019 Ghost Proposal Chapbook Contest for LULL, a chapbook

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

Winner of a “The Moth” storyslam in 2014, story later appeared on “The Moth” podcast


Washington Public Library Writers’ Workshop visiting writer (Washington, Iowa April 2018, April 2019, April & December 2020)

Led “The Poem Inside the Poem,” a workshop in radical revision, with Iowa City Poetry (Zoom, August 2020)

Reading, Departure Reading Series (Zoom, April 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 (Iowa City, IA September 2019)

Pentacrest Write Nite - Visiting Writer (Iowa City, IA October 2019)

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