Books

The Tiniest Muzzle Sings Songs of Freedom (Wave Books, 2019)

Companion Animal (Litmus Press, 2015)

The Bruise (FC2/University of Alabama Press, 2008)


Anthologies

“To Buffalo and Back with Renee Gladman,” What is Poetry? (Just Kidding, I Know You Know): Interviews from the Poetry Project Newsletter (1983–2009), Ed. Anselm Berrigan, (Wave Books, 2017).

“The Bridge,” Forms at War: FC2 1999-2009Ed. R.M. Berry, (FC2/University  of Alabama Press, 2009).

“The Wool Coat,” & “The Sentence,” Bay Poetics, Ed. Stephanie Young, (Faux Press, 2006).

“Why Poetry Failed Me and What Prose is Trying to Do for My Writing and Me,” Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative, Ed. Mary Burger, etc. (Coach House Press, 2004).


Chapbooks

Don’t Be Scared (The Operating System, 2019)

Distressed Properties (Three Count Pour, 2013)

from The Bruise (Taxt Press, 2006)

Bruised Nickelodeon (HopHopHop Press, 2002)


 Periodical & Journal Publications: Essays/Articles

“Marxism for Single Mothers: Anne Boyer’s Garments Against Women.”  Polish Journal for American StudiesVol. 11 (Autumn 2017): 359-363.

 “Women’s Work From the Winner’s Podium: How the USWNT Made it Politic to be Political,” The Allrounder, 2015.

 “Feel Beauty Supply: Teaching Aesthetics After Ferguson,” Posts 1-11 for “Commentaries” in Jacket 2, Summer 2015. 


Periodical & Journal Publications: Poetry/Fiction

Four Poems, The Berkeley Review, Issue 48, 2018.

“Summer in the Network of Privileged Carports,” Sonora Review, 72, 2017.

“The Tiny Aches”; “Cool Ark for Clark”, “Life for Mike”, “As Per Gus,” New Haven Review, Issue 20, 2017.

“Of Liberation,” Spoon River Review, Issue 42.1, 2017.

“It’s Hard to be a Saint,” “Latin Roots,” Oversound, Issue 3, 2017

“The Remainders,” Bennington Review, Issue 2, Fall 2016. 

A Fold of Sun,” A Poem A Day, Academy of American Poets, June 21, 2016

Island Pill,” “Santa Monica,” “As Solid,” The Recluse, June, 2016

Roneo Room Triptych in Neostyle Company,” Ythm Journal, February, 2016. 

“Ladies Love Adjuncts,” “This One Hydra,” New American Writing, 34, 2016.

That Must Be a Duck,” Cordite Poetry Review, February, 2016.

The Lamb,” Lute & Drum, February, 2015.

“The rain is how we live in it,” “#Unoccupied,” “Suddenly Vectors Shift,” Denver Quarterly, January, 2013.

“Essay with Dead Fish,”Lit Magazine, #22, Summer, 2012. 

“Final Valentine,” The Oxford American, June, 2012. 

“The Future is Only Death Abstracted,” “So little,” “If the Water’s Cold a Person Finds Something Else to Do Besides Swim,” Noö Journal Weekly(online), April 4, 2012. 

“Dog is a way of thinking,” “A Crawlspace is not a Foundation,” “You are Mostly Beautiful,” “Agape Airing its Burn,” Abraham Lincoln,  Issue the Seventh, Winter 2012. 

“A Congressman Named Weiner Resigned Today,” Ugly Duckling Presse, Special Edition Broadside for the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church, December, 2011.  

Featured Author: Magdalena Zurawski,” X Poetics, June 10, 2008.

“from The Bruise,” No: A Journal of the Arts, Issue 6, 2007. 

“A Drugstore Comb,” The Hat, Issue SixJuly, 2005.

“Ode,” Rattapallax, 9, 2003.  

“Letter from a Young Poet,” Poetry Project Newsletter 190, 2002. 

“Bruised Nickelodeon,” “Ballad of the Concrete Tree,” American Poet: The Journal of the Academy of American Poets, Fall 1999. 

3 Poems, The Germ: A Journal of Poetic Research, #1, 1997.


Book Reviews

What Was He Supposed to Do, Submit to a Shivering World? The Collected Poems of Michael Gizzi,” Hyperallergic, 2015.

Montreal's was a Desiring Feminism: A review of 'Theory, A Sunday,'” Jacket 2, 2014. 

Review of Push the Mule by John Godfrey. Poetry Project Newsletter 185, 2001.

Review ofGoan Atomby Caroline Bergvall.Poetry Project Newsletter 181, 2000.