“This Is a Love Poem To Trees,” The Best American Poetry 2021, edited by David Lehman and Tracy K. Smith


2023 Converse Alumni Book Prize  Finalist, The Shape Good Can Take

2022 Pushcart Prize nomination, “Headline, 4-6-22,” Hong Kong Review, Vol III, No 3

Second Place, 2022 Dyer-Ives Poetry Competition, “Again and Again”

2021 St. Lawrence Book Award Finalist, The Shape Good Can Take

2020 Pushcart Prize nomination, “Joy,” Sweet, Issue 12.3

Read My Poems Online

“The Hill,” 100 Word Story, forthcoming

Division, Spring,” “Cottonwood Music,” and “Treasure,” The Bombay Literary Magazine, Issue 54

Fable in which you are a barn animal and I am a carnivore,” Four Way Review, Issue 26

Atlas of Being,” Pangyrus LitMag, February 28, 2023

In the Beginning, Forest,” Booth, January 6, 2023

Headline, 4-6-22,” Hong Kong Review, Vol III, No 3

Incorruptible” and “How To Be Saved, If You Are a Body,” Delta Poetry Review, Vol 4, Issue 12

Birth Story IV,” Black Fork Review, Issue 6

For the Intercession of St. Therese of Lisieux,” Hole in the Head Review, v3n2

False Cedar” and “Waning Crescent,” BoomerLitMag, Vol VI, No. 4

Prayer to the Dead,” The Summerset Review, Winter 2022

Watching a House Renovation Show” and “The World,” New Ohio Review, 2021 Online Winter Exclusive

Allegiance” and “The Moth,” The American Journal of Poetry, Volume 11

Grandmother Dee” and “A History of My Pew,” Revolute, Volume .002

Snacking,” Glassworks Magazine: Flash Glass 2021

Community Garden, Wisconsin, 9 Months Pregnant,” Tiny Seed Literary Journal, December 19, 2020

Even This Fragility,” West Trade Review, Winter 2020

Poise,” featured on Poetry Daily on March 15, 2020

Joy,” Sweet, Issue 12.3

“Before Flight,” “Dream Therapy,” and “For the Makers,” North Dakota Quarterly, Volume 87.1/2

“The Seed,” RipRap Literary Journal, Volume 41

Alchemy,” “Orpah Running Free,” and “Siberian Squill,” Dappled Things, Mary Queen of Angels 2018

“Native Body, ” Noctua ReviewVolume X: Neo/Americana

Piety,” Dappled ThingsSS. Peter and Paul 2016

“Speaking with the Maple” and “Woman, Kind,” The Madison ReviewFall 2015


“Diminishing Returns,” Reed Magazine, Issue 156, forthcoming

“Birth Story, Three Ways,” Open Minds Quarterly, Volume 24, Issue 4

“Fulton Street Cemetery” and “Plots,” Hallowzine, Issue 3

“Birth Story I,” I-70 Review, Summer/Fall, 2022

“Lost Touch,” “2020 Falls,” and “March,” Capsule Stories Second Isolation Edition

“Hide,” Plainsongs, Summer 2021

“We Were Naked, We Were Horses,” South Carolina Review, Volume 53.2

“The Crossing,” Inkwell Journal, Issue 36

“Achsah Considers Writing to her Father,” Dunes Review, Volume 25 Issue 1

“After Psalm 136,” The Windhover, Volume 25.1

“A Loath Convert Questions the Virgin Mother” and “To the Dance In Me,” Kestrel, Issue 44: Winter 2020-2021

“Empty Tables,” Fearsome Critters – The Quaranzine

“This is a Love Poem to Trees,” New Ohio Review, Volume 27

“Poise,” “Seatbelt,” and “To Give Comfort to Those who Sit in Prosperity and in the Apathy of Wealth (An Inventory),” Rock & Sling, Vox II: American Identities

“The Siege of Jerusalem, AD 70,” “Boys,” and “Bringing my Mother Home for the Last Time,” Chiron ReviewIssue 110, Winter 2017

“Desertion,” Hummingbird, Volume 27, Number 2

“A Woman Examines her Strength,” The Phoenix Soul, Inner Truth

“Habitation,” “Sophomore,” and “To Dust,” Metonym, Issue 7

“Reasons Why You Love Me,” The Phoenix Soul, Messy Grace

“Spring Cleaning,” Hummingbird, Volume 27, Number 1

“Raft,” Big Muddy, Issue 16.2

“El Shaddai” and “Feathers,” Minerva Rising, Issue 10: Body Image

“Night Afloat,” Hummingbird, Volume 26, Number 1

“Salmon and Child,” Stoneboat, Issue 6.2

“Off We Go,” Wisconsin Review, Issue 48.1

“Old Stories,” The Phoenix SoulLegacy

“Mystic,” The Phoenix SoulUnity

“Bike Ride,” The Phoenix SoulComfort

“Thoughts after I forgot the granola in the oven while watching Grey’s Anatomy,” The Phoenix Soul, Revolution

“Answering,” Anglican Theological Review, Summer 2015

“Hallowed Be This Bread,” Sprout Online Magazine, Savor

“Counting Waters Before I Sleep,” Sprout Online Magazine, Wander

“What Mattered Most,” Sprout Online Magazine, Discover

“The Stripping,” Rock & Sling, Issue 9.1


Raised in Clay (read free online), Ceramics Monthly.

Paul Eshelman’s Handled Soup Bowl (read free online), Pottery Making Illustrated

Book Section

“Paul Eshelman’s Handled Soup Bowl.” Clay & Cuisine: Techniques for the Studio, Recipes for the Kitchen, Ed. Holly Goring. The American Ceramic Society, 2017.