Publications

POETRY

  • “Sad Animal Facts in the Style of Ikkyū,” Queen Mob’s Teahouse, October 2018 {view}
  • “#28,” Orange Quarterly, October 2017 {view} and interview {view}
  • “[time of death (plus orb)],” Moonchild Magazine, October 2017 {view}
  • “Death Roe,” “OK,” and “Mindfulness,” poems, The Michigan Daily  Literary Issue, 2016 {view}
  • “Crayon,” Current Magazine, November 2015 (Poetry Runner-Up in Poetry and Fiction Contest) {view}

FICTION

  • “Limerence” and “High Yellow,” Dream Pop Press, October 2017 {view}
  • “We Are Not Made of Glass,” Across the Margin, 2017 {view}
  • “Tributes,” Midwestern Gothic, 2015 (Finalist for Summer Flash Fiction Contest) {view}
  • “Contested Colors,” Exceptions Journal, 2014 (Fiction Prize Winner for Ways of Seeing Contest) {view}
  • “Love Drunk,” Cafe Shapiro, 2014

NONFICTION

  • “Little Cracks,” Windmill: The Hofstra Journal of Literature & Art,  forthcoming Spring 2019
  • “The Fly,” Entropy, forthcoming January 2019

AWARDS

  • “Frozen Locks,” Honorable Mention in the Glimmer Train Jan/Feb Short-Story Award for New Writers, April 2018 {view}
  • “Crayon,” Current Magazine, November 2015 (Poetry Runner-Up in Poetry and Fiction Contest) {view}
  • “Tributes,” Midwestern Gothic, 2015 (Finalist for Summer Flash Fiction Contest) {view}
  • “Contested Colors,” Exceptions Journal, 2014 (Fiction Prize Winner for Ways of Seeing Contest) {view}

CRAFT ESSAYS, REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS:

  • “Literary Luminaries: An Interview with Kyle McCord, Nick Courtright, and Erin Stalcup of  Gold Wake Press,” Michigan Quarterly Review {view}
  • “Going Micro: An Interview with Anthony Frame of Glass Poetry,” Michigan Quarterly Review {view}
  • “Uncovering the Unnameable: An Interview with Elizabeth Schmuhl,” Michigan Quarterly Review {view}
  • “Essential Enthusiasm: An Interview with Michelle Dotter of Dzanc Books,” Michigan Quarterly Review {view}
  • “The Space Between: An Interview with Kali VanBaale,” Michigan Quarterly Review, August 2018 {view}
  • “The Persistence of Stars: An Interview with Toussaint St. Negritude,” Michigan Quarterly Review, July 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Kristie Brablec,” Current Magazine, June 2018 {view}
  • “On “Daybed”: An Interview with Zach Savich,” Michigan Quarterly Review, May 2018 {view}
  • “Finding Yourself in Translation,” Michigan Quarterly Review, May 2018 {view}
  • “Book Blurb: TITLE 13,” Hunger Mountain, May 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Morris Lawrence III,” Current Magazine, May 2018 {view}
  • “On Finding Nourishment and Sanctuaries: An Interview with Maggie Nowinski,” Hunger Mountain, April 2018 {view}
  • “Diving into Everything Part 2: An Interview with Carla Kihlstedt,” Everything is Music, April 2018 {view}
  • “Diving into Everything Part 1: An Interview with Carla Kihlstedt,” Everything is Music, April 2018 {view}
  • “All These Little Landscapes: An Interview with Roanna Wells,” Michigan Quarterly Review, April 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Mike Michelon,” Current Magazine, April 2018 {view}
  • “Obsessed with Letters: An Interview with Laura Rossi García,” Perpetual Beta, March 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Omari Rush,” Current Magazine, March 2018 {view}
  • “Book Review: Dreadful Young Ladies and Other Stories by Kelly Barnhill,” Hunger Mountain, March 2018 {view}
  • “On “TITLE 13″: An Interview with Michael A. Ferro,” Michigan Quarterly Review, February 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Katri Ervamaa,” Current Magazine, February 2018 {view}
  • “Bodies, Demons, Desires: A Review of Her Body and Other Parties,” Michigan Quarterly Review, January 2018 {view}
  • “At the Crossroads of Woman and Mother: A Review of A Woman is a Woman Until She is a Mother by Anna Prushinskaya,” Hunger Mountain, January 2018 {view}
  • “On “The Stuff Between the Stars”: An Interview with Sandra Nickel, Maggie Lehrman, and Victoria Wells Arms,” Hunger Mountain, January 2018 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Greg Davis-Kean,” Current Magazine, January 2018 {view}
  • “The Fall: A Storytelling Masterpiece of Epic Proportions,” Michigan Quarterly Review, December 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Tony Lewis,” Current Magazine, December 2017 {view}
  • “Practicing Perfection: An Interview with Kelly McMahon,” Hunger Mountain, December 2017 {view}
  • “‘A Woman is a Woman Until She is a Mother’: An Interview with Anna Prushinskaya,”Michigan Quarterly Review, November 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Laura Thomas,” Current Magazine, November 2017 {view}
  • “‘The Maze Becomes Your Life’: An Interview with Alex McElroy,” Michigan Quarterly Review, October 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Phil Attee,” Current Magazine, October 2017 {view}
  • “The Subversive Flâneuse: An Interview with Lauren Elkin,” Michigan Quarterly Review, September 2017 {view}
  • “On “The Child Finder”: An Interview with Rene Denfeld,” Michigan Quarterly Review, September 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Fabio Cosmo da Cunha,” Current Magazine, August 2017 {view}
  • “The Writer’s Playground,” Michigan Quarterly Review, July 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Maureen Riley,” Current Magazine, July 2017 {view}
  • “Curating Literati Cultura: An Interview with Hilary Gustafson,” Michigan Quarterly Review, June 2017 {view}
  • “Sharing the Pain, Sharing the Process: An Interview with Keith Lesmeister,” Michigan Quarterly Review, May 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Linda Fingerle,” Current Magazine, April 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Ryan Brown,” Current Magazine, March 2017 {view}
  • Review of “Scraped Knees”: A Poetry Chapbook by Kristine Brown, Ugly Sapling, Feb 2017 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Lawrence Fingerle,” Current Magazine, November 2016 {view}
  • Interview with Alexandra Christ, founder of Peace Joy Soccer, My Modern Met, November 2016 {view}
  • Interview with Lisa Kristine, humanitarian photographer, My Modern Met, August 2016 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Chera Tremontin,” Current Magazine, May 2016 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Mary Lemmer,” Current Magazine, March 2016 {view}
  • “Person of Interest: Michelle Millard,” Current Magazine, February 2016 {view}
  • Interview with Charles Baxter, Midwestern Gothic, October 2014 {view}
  • Interview with Lesley Kagan, Midwestern Gothic, October 2014 {view}
  • “A Fireside Chat with Anne Valente,” Dzanc Books, September 2014 {view}

JOURNALISM

  • “Courage in the Extreme: On Till Schauder’s Latest Film, Warriors of Faith,” Storyboard, August 2018 {view}
  • “Aaron Wyanski Finishing DMA Dissertation for University of Hartford,” Everything is Music, May 2018 {view}
  • “A Whole New View: Nowinski’s Grotesque Beauty,” Artscope Magazine, May 2018 {view}
  • “How a Refugee Family Built What Was Voted “The Nicest Place in America” This Year, Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Too Good to Be True? “Food is Free” Movement Turns the Food Industry On Its Head,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “What Makes LeBron’s School So Special? We’ve Broken It Down For You,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “A Country Divided, Immigration Gave France The Hero It Needed,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “This Woman Fits A Year of Trash in a Mason Jar. Here’s How You Can, Too,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “10-Year-Old ‘Drag Kid’ Shares the Secret to Confidence and Self Love,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Elderly Club Skips Bingo for Tea Party Raves to Fight Loneliness,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “First Ever Ocean Cleanup Is About To Begin, And It’s A Big Deal,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Teachers Are Fighting For Your Children. Are You?” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Youngest Polar Explorer Has the Perfect Response for Sexist Trolls,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Teenagers Write 5,100 Notes to Lift the Spirits of Every Student in School,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Bill Gates Thinks We Can Fuel Cars With Polluted Air,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “These 10 Species Are Dangerously Close to Extinction,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “These 10 Inventions Will Help Us Save The Planet,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Coworkers Help Father in an Incredible Act of Kindness,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “This Theme Park is Designed to Lift the Spirits of Sick Children,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “10 Ways the Anti-Plastic Movement is Taking Over,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Can This Vending Machine Help the Homeless Survive Winter?”, Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Dog Running With Newfound Legs is the Cutest Thing You’ll See Today,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Anonymous Donor Gives Kids at Goodwill An Early Christmas Surprise,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Video of Dad Shaving His Head For His Daughter Will Warm Your Heart,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “10 Reasons Why The Keystone XL Pipeline is a Terrible Idea,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Awesome Grandpa Gives Love to Premature Babies When Parents Can’t,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “This Inspiring Teen Won’t Let Cancer Stop Her From Ballet Dancing,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Study Explains Why Having a Dog Makes You a Better, Healthier Person,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Kindhearted Dentist Gives Domestic Abuse Victim A New Smile,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Jewish and Muslim BFFs Win Halloween With Their Awesome Costume,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “France to Fine Men for Catcalling Women After #ExposeYourPig Goes Viral,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Little Girl Raises Money With Lemonade Stand to Pay Off School’s Lunch Debt,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Dogs and Drones Are Teaming Up to Save Lives During Disasters,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Born Without Arms, This Man Just Won The USA Archery Championship,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Things that Happened After Charlottesville That Restored Our Faith in Humanity,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Courageous Woman and Her Rapist Campaign Together to End Sexual Violence” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “How This “Robin Hood Restaurant” Charges The Rich To Feed The Poor” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Bill Cosby Goes On Tour To Teach Men How To Avoid Sexual Assault Allegations,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “This Woman Went From Being A Hasidic Rabbi To An Inspiring Trans Activist,”Buzzworthy {view}
  • “This Muslim Man Has Dedicated His Life To Fostering Terminally Ill Children,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “New Start-Up Uses Social Media To Reunite Homeless People With Their Families,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Beer Company Designs Edible Six-Pack Rings That Feed Animals, Rather Than Harm Them,” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “Banning Plastic: France Just Did It, Are We Next?” Buzzworthy {view}
  • “First Fridays Are The Time to Celebrate Art in Ypsilanti,” Current Magazine, August 2016 {view}
  • “The 54th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival,” Current Magazine, March 2016 {view}