Her Work

 

Anthologies

“Lake Tenkiller, 31st Birthday”; “Checkout Time”; “Walking Back”; “a man needs a fish like a woman needs her heroine.” Green Country: Writing from Northeastern Oklahoma. Ed. Christopher James Murphy. Soddenbank Press. 2016.

Journals

Fiction

Getting By, Raleigh Review, Fall 2017

Oralism, apt (online), Summer 2017

What is Taken, Southern Humanities Review, 50th Anniversary Edition, 2017

Fault, Pithead Chapel, November 2016

A Hard Thing, But True, Fried Chicken and Coffee, Summer 2013

The Caretaker, Northwind Magazine, Winter 2012 (defunct)

Another Kind, Umbrella Factory Magazine, September 2011

Rotate and Return, Painted Bride Quarterly, Winter 2011

A Measured Yield, Southern Humanities Review, Winter 2010

Essays

Why I Want the Cubs to Win the World Series, Cobalt Review, Summer 2013, Jim Palmer Award Nominee

Experimental Forms

In the American Red Cross Studio for Portrait Masks, Paris, 1917, 1966, Summer 2017

The Weight of it All, Basalt, Winter 2014

A School Gunman’s Letter Comprised of Hymn Titles, NewerYorker, Winter 2012 (defunct)

Striation, NAP Magazine, Spring 2012

The Fauna in Oz, Bateau, Winter 2011

woman on a bench, Glossolalia, 2008 (defunct)

Poetry

“Mine” and “Agnes & Elpis,” Still: A Journal, Forthcoming

“Questions,” Frontier Poetry, Spring 2018

“Brisance/Advice for Beheading a Chicken,” Beloit Poetry Journal, Summer 2017

“Walking Back” and “The Captain Views the Heavener Runestone,” Umbrella Factory Magazine, Fall 2015, Pushcart Nominees

“Clothes Horse,” Driftwood Press, Summer 2015

“my sister at sea,” 2BridgesReview, Winter 2013

“Lake Tenkiller,” Country Dog Review, Winter 2013

“xylem/deployment,” Nashville Review, April 2012

“Innis Meain” and “Achill(es) Island,” Bicycle Magazine, October 2011

“Red Dirt Girls,” Flint Hills Review, 2008

 

Interviews/Miscellaneous

The New Academy Podcast and Reading Series

The Letter Project

Anthony Illacqua

Six Questions For

Why Another Lit Journal?

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