My first collection of poems, Arrow, is forthcoming in September 2020 from Alice James Books in the U.S. and Carcanet Press in the U.K. Below are some poems both from the manuscript and not that have been recently published and are available online; please see my CV for more.
"Essay on Thunder." The American Poetry Review (forthcoming, date tbd).
"O Spirit," "O Spirit," "Essay on Joy," and "Essay on Devotion." The Rumpus (May 2018).
"Windows." POETRY (November 2017). It is a true honor to have this poem appear in POETRY's feature of the work of the 2017 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fellows, particularly beside my fellow recipients Fati Asghar, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Roy Guzmán, and Emily Yoon, as well as with so many other poets I admire. My sincere gratitude to everyone at the Poetry Foundation, particularly Don Share, Lindsay Garbutt, Holly Amos, and Ydalmi Noriega. POETRY also kindly asked me to contribute again to the "Reading List" feature on the Poetry Foundation's blog; here is the November entry.
"Dear, beloved." POETRY (April 2017). I was thrilled to also have the chance to speak with Don Share and Lindsay Garbutt from the Poetry Foundation about this poem, and read some excerpts of it, on the POETRY Magazine podcast. And in the April 2017 iteration of the "Reading List" feature on the Poetry Foundation's blog, I had the chance to talk about some of the books that were on my mind while writing this poem.
“Orchards, I.” Berfrois (29 June 2016).
“Bear, II.” The Journal 40.2 (Spring 2016).
“And death demands a labor.” Adroit 16 (Spring 2016). Includes an audio file of me reading the poem. I'm thrilled that this poem, which was reprinted in the UK by PN Review, has been shortlisted for a 2018 Forward Prize for Best Single Poem. Please also find the poem, along with some accompanying materials, on the Forward Foundation's website.
“Hound.” Witness XXIX.1 (Spring 2016).
“Luz.” Gulf Coast 28.1 (Winter/Spring 2016).
“Marigolds.” At Length (July 2015).
“Spring.” Boston Review (May/June 2015).
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