"the old head verses (ecclesiastes) 26-36," Cosmonauts Avenue 

"ode to your future ghost," Cosmonauts Avenue 

"the dept of the gods (river bureau)," The Shallow Ends

"lord knows," BOAAT  

"afrobeat paradise with the disembodied spirit who now believes he can love," Glass: A Journal of Poetry 

"politics," Posit (nominated for Best of the Net)

"the old head verses (ecclesiastes) 1-20," Posit

"Ghosts," Booth (nominated for Pushcart Prize, Best New Poets 2018)

"prophe-see," Booth

"mr. butch washington heights 2016-2017," Gigantic Sequins 9.1

"after a beating like that/ any other fighter would've chosen to disappear," Flapperhouse

"the old head verses (ecclesiastes) 21-25," Flapperhouse

"cowboyz," Profane 

"the old head verses (ecclesiastes) 45-53," Profane 

"prophe-see," Flypaper Magazine 

"the old head verses (ecclesiastes) 37-44," Flypaper Magazine 

"dance moves," Flypaper Magazine 

"prophe-see (nigghazal)," Flypaper Magazine 


"The Woman's Dress for Success Book, 1978," Apogee (to be anthologized in Bettering American Poetry Volume 3)

"sometimes the night's too bright," Leveler


"3 Poems," Hobart




β€œThe Ruins,” The Kenyon Review (forthcoming)

"More Fire," Virginia Quarterly Review

"Laker Gold," BOMB (forthcoming)

"Bossa Nova," The Literary Review 

"By the Morning, I Was Cured," Chicago Review of Books' Arcturus


"Song about Another Man's Kids," Massachusetts Review 

"Stay Up," Flock (Nominated for Pushcart Prize, also with audio file)


Interviews and Reviews


"Why We Read Fiction: A Review of Jamel Brinkley's A Lucky Man," The Adroit Journal

"'Maybe Not Everything Can Be Universally Good': An Interview with Devin Kelly," Vol. 1 Brooklyn

"Conversations with Contributors: Chelsea Dingman," The Adroit Journal