Season of the Dead, audio chapbook (EAT Poems, 2016).


From the Lost Letters to Matias Perez, Aeronaut,” in Best New Poets, 2017.


Learning To See in Another Language,” in Poetry Northwest, Summer/Fall 2017.

Grief” and “At the St. Augustine Military Cemetery,” in New American Writing 35, 2017.

“Blucher, Arendt, a Wildland Fire” and “From the Lost Letters to Matias Perez, Aeronaut,” in AGNI, No. 85, Spring 2017.

“American Piece,” in Mid-American Review, 37.1, Winter 2017.

Trail Mountain,” in A-Minor, September 2016.

“Kitty Hawk,” in Notre Dame Review, Summer/Fall 2016.

“For Kurt, Where Your Mind May Find You,” Summer 2016, in Red Paint Hill.

“Underworld” and “December Doe,” June 29, 2016, in The Collapsar.

“A Song and a Mistake,” “Kahina” and “Cat,” May 3, 2016, in Potluck.

“Headwaters,” Colorado Review, Spring 2016.

“Fireflies, Osceola Forest” and “Parcus Deorum Cultor” in Bridge Eight, Fall 2015.

“Untitled” and “After Finishing This Poem” in riverSedge, Fall 2015.

One” and “Love is Mud ” in Luna Luna Magazine, November 26, 2014.

God Waits for a Latte in New Orleans” and “Retired Russian Engineer Visits Kennedy Space Center” in The Cossack Review, Spring 2014.

“October,” in Massachusetts Review, Winter 2014.

“We Argued in Spanish Before We Argued in English,” in Barrow Street, Fall 2013.

“Summertime” and “Mirror Memory,” in the New England Review, Summer 2013.

Encore” and “Seeing My Father” in 2River View, Summer 2013.

“Curiosity,” in And Other Poems, November, 2012.

Second Curse,” and “Verlaine after Mons” in the New England Review, Winter 2000.

The Season of the Dead,” and “Watercolors at New Year’s End” in the New England Review, Fall 1998.

What Vallejo Calls Notre Dame Bridge” (scroll down all the way) and “Street’s End,” in the New England Review, Summer, 1997.


YET MORE STUFF: articles, reviews, pledges of patronage:

Of What’s To Come: an old poem and an essay on that poem, in noise & silence.

My Heroes Haven’t Always Been Real, an essay in the AGNI blog.

Some kind words in this review of A-Minor.

On what I’m grateful for, in The Review Review.

My translation of Cesar Vallejo’s “Black Stone Over a White Stone” will appear in the anthology Zoo of the New

Emily K. Michael’s feature in On the Blink.

The Perils of Poetry, my TEDx talk.

The Patient Hunger, Tim Gilmore, Folio Weekly.

From Pen to Paper, Gregory Henry

Eviscerating Poetry, Maud Newton

Past Still Haunts, Tanya Perez-Brennan, Jacksonville Times Union

Getting Word, my student, Nicole Brodsky (more talent than I could throw mud at)



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