Publications

Poetry

“Joy,” Sweet, forthcoming

“Before Flight,” “Dream Therapy,” and “For the Makers,” North Dakota Quarterly, forthcoming

Poise,” featured on Poetry Daily on March 15, 2020, read free online.

“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 Seed,” RipRap Literary Journal, Volume 41

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

“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

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

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

“Raft,” Big Muddy, Issue 16.2

Piety,” Dappled ThingsSS. Peter and Paul 2016, read free online

“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

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

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

“Answering,” Anglican Theological ReviewSummer 2015

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

“Counting Waters Before I Sleep,” Sprout Online MagazineWander

“What Mattered Most,” Sprout Online Magazine, Discover

“The Stripping,” Rock & SlingIssue 9.1

Articles

Raised in Clay, Ceramics Monthly.

Paul Eshelman’s Handled Soup BowlPottery Making Illustrated, read free online

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.