• Literary Mama, Forthcoming and 2012. “Flower Stalk” was accepted by this online journal in February 2017 and is scheduled to be published in December.  “Joy Empties, Refills” was published in the February 2012 issue.  “Joy Empties, Refills” is available here.

 

  • Bared: An Anthology on Bras and Breasts, 2017.  “Harbor” and “Beholden” were published in this January 2017 anthology by Les Femmes Folles Books.

 

  • Lindenwood Review, 2016.  “A Pocket of Words” was published in Issue 6 in June 2016 after earning Honorable Mention in the magazine’s annual Prose Poetry Contest.

 

  • Veils, Halos and Shackles: International Poetry on the Abuse and Oppression of Women, 2016. The poems “enmeshed” and “a kind of personal strength” were accepted for this anthology by editors Charles Fishman and Smita Sahay in October 2013, and the anthology was released by Kasva Press in April 2016.

 

  • The San Diego Poetry Annual 2015-16, 2016. “The Last Dance” was published in this annual anthology, which is edited and published by William Harry Harding, in March 2016

 

  • Lament for the Dead, 2015. In June 2015, “Kevin Bajoie, 32, died Baton Rouge, LA June 20, 2015” was published in this online poetry project about police violence conceived and published by Carey Wallace.

 

  • Lavender Review: Poems from the First Five Years, 2015.  In February 2015, “swimming through history” was republished in this anthology edited by poet Mary Meriam and released by Headmistress Press.

 

  • Altered Scale, 2013, 2014. “Oblique Hope,” “urban relations,” and “the breach” were published in Issue 3 of this online journal, which came out in March 2013.  “Interior Architecture” and “the makers” were published in Issue 5 in August 2014.

 

  • Animal Poems: An Anthology of Poems of Rabbit, Dog, Cat, Fox, Bumblebee, Butterfly, Starling, Geese, Peacock, Turkey, Moose, and Whale, 2014.  “Driving the Milford Grade Road” was published in this anthology by Red Bird Press in October 2014.

 

  • Festival Writer, 2014. “Letters to Robyn (two),” “Rock Dove Rovings,” and “Work-Study” were published in the sestina issue of this online literary magazine in July 2014.  The poems are available here.

 

  • The San Diego Poetry Annual 2013-14, 2014. “inner limits” and “Search” were published in March 2014 in this annual anthology of poetry, which is edited and published by William Harry Harding.

 

  • Fire on Her Tongue: An eBook Anthology of Contemporary Women’s Poetry, 2011 and 2014.  The poems “’blue,’” “Safety in Numbers,” and “a reader’s innocence” were accepted into this eBook anthology of contemporary women’s poetry in January 2011.  The anthology, which was edited by Kelli Russell Agodon and Annette Spaulding-Convy, was published in December 2011.  The anthology was republished as a print anthology in 2014.

 

  • Lawyer Poets and That World We Call Law, 2013. Pleasure Boat Studio published “underfoot” in this law-related verse anthology edited by James Elkins and in October 2013.

 

  • The San Diego Poetry Annual 2012-13, 2013. “Terror” was published in February 2013 in this annual anthology of poetry, which is edited and published by William Harry Harding.

 

  • Lavender Review, 2012 & 2010. “inside the wreckage” and “harbor” were published in the inaugural issue of this online lesbian poetry journal edited by poet Mary Meriam, which came out in July 2010 (available here), and “swimming through history” and “place setting” were published in Issue 6, which came out in December 2012 (available here).

 

  • Crab Creek Review, 2012. The poems “Rescue” and “a few remaining trees,” were accepted by this literary journal in January 2012 and published in June 2012 in volume XXV, number 1.

 

  • Meditations on Divine Names: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, 2012.  “first letter to G/g” was published in this anthology by Moonrise Press in March 2012.  The editor is Maja Trochimczyk.

 

  • The San Diego Poetry Annual 2010-11, 2012. “Parting Song for my Temporary City” was accepted into this annual anthology edited and published by William Harry Harding in January 2012 and was published in March.

 

  • Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, 2012.  My poem “pretend play” was accepted by this online poetry journal in January 2012 and was published in March.  The editor nominated it for a Best of the Net Award in September 2012.  The poem is available here.

 

  • Untitled Country Review, 2011. An interview of me, a review of my chapbook, Beleaguered Oases, and my poem “nature essay” were published in Issue 4 of this online journal edited by Scot Siegel in February 2011.

 

  • Clackamas Literary Review, 2011 & 2001. “Taking Stock” was published in the Fall/Winter 2001 edition of this journal, and “safety in numbers” was published in volume XIII, which came out in 2011.

 

  • The San Diego Poetry Annual 2009-10, 2010. “space & time” was published in this annual San Diego poetry anthology published by William Harry Harding. 

 

  • Wisconsin Review, 2010. “Western Washington Rain” was published in this journal affiliated with the University of Wisconsin in Summer 2010. 

 

  • Avocet, 2010, 2006, & 2005. “plum island, massachusetts” was published in this nature journal in Summer 2005, and “homecoming” was published in Spring 2006.  “stages of night” was published in March 2010.

 

  • Legal Studies Forum, 2010, 2006, & 2005. “touring juvenile hall as part of the court appeals,” “Underfoot,” “Small Town Vignettes,” “Taking Stock,” and “courtroom recess” were published in volume XXIX, number 1 of this interdisciplinary journal, in a special issue devoted to poetry by lawyers.  “nature essay,” “vanisihng hoof-prints,” “harvest,” “half-life,” and “Events Leading Up to an After-Life Meeting Between Terri Schiavo and Manadal al-Jamadi” were republished in another special poetry issue of this journal, which came out in Winter 2006.  “Homeland,” “Safety in Numbers,” and “first letter to G/g” were published in volume 34 of this journal, which came out in 2010.

 

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.: An Anthology of Multicultural Poetry, 2009.  The poem “Martin Luther King Day was selected in 2008 for this anthology that was edited by poet Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah and was published by Bilikisu Esuu.

 

  • 2010 San Gabriel Valley Poetry Calendar, 2009. “avatar” was published in this annual poetry calendar designed and edited by poet Don Kingfisher Campbell.

 

  • Anon, 2009. “newts in amplexus” was published in Issue 6 of this British literary magazine.

 

  • Getting Bi: The Voices of Bisexuals Around the World, 2009 & 2005. “for two girls from childhood” was published in this resource directory and compilation of poetry and personal essays published by the Bisexual Resource Center, which was initially published in 2005 and reissued in 2009.

 

  • San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly, 2009. “teachings” was published in Volume 42 of this Los Angeles journal, which came out in June 2009, and “Polite Restraint” was published in volume 43, which was published in September 2009.

 

 

  • Knock Journal, 2008, 2007, & 2006. “empty weight” was published by this Seattle-based journal in October 2006, and “house built on and,” “tale of two jays,” “rumination,” and “unnatural selection” were published in June 2007.  “the beheading” was republished in December 2007.  “Rain Gear” and “This Same Breath” were published in May 2008, and “On Receiving an Email Forward Containing Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Photograph and a Plea for Gratitude” was published in November 2008.

 

  • Gertrude, 2008 & 2007. “paean for the body” was published by this Oregon journal in June 2007, and “ink” was published in February 2008.

 

  • Swell, 2008 & 2005. “Arson,” “The Full Pulse of Happiness,” “Grace,” and “Home Remedies” were published in this Chicago-based e-zine in Summer 2005.  “kilter,” “a more delicate river,” and “reverse mirror” were published in January 2008.

 

  • The Awakenings Review, 2007 & 2004. “Mother’ and “half-life” were published in volume 3, number 1 of  this biannual journal that focuses on mental illness, and “refuse,” “fracture,” and “eggshells” were published in December 2007.

 

  • Sea Stories, 2007. “the beheading” was published in this online journal focusing on the ocean in July 2007.

 

  • Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly, 2007, 2004, & 2003. “Porous Landscape,” “held,” and “meeting at Madison Market” were published by this journal (formerly called Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly) in September 2004, and “If,” “appointment,” and “dissonant planets” were published in 2003 in volume 4, number 2 of this journal.  “bulkheads, “somersault,” “dirt under the fingernails,” “ripples,” “failing light,” and “fungus” were published in June 2007.            

 

  • Queer Collection: Poetry and Prose 2007, 2007.  “somersault” was published by editor Gregory Kompes in this annual anthology published by Flash Fabulist Publishing.

 

  • Stringtown Magazine, 2006. “unclasped” was published by this Washington-based literary journal in November 2006.

 

  • PUSH! Magazine, 2006, 2005, & 2004. “Small Town Vignettes” was published in the June 2004 issue of this Seattle-based feminist magazine.  “exchange rate” was published in May 2005.  An excerpt of “Remaking A City” was published Spring 2006.

 

  • New Verse News, 2006 & 2005.  In October 2005, “Events Leading Up to an After-Life Meeting Between Terri Schiavo and Manadal al-Jamadi” was published in this online magazine that prints poetry about current events (available here), and “The Bombing of al-Jamaliyeh, Lebanon” was published here in August 2006.

 

  • Weathered Pages: The Poetry Pole, 2005.  “The Full Pulse of Happiness” was republished in this Blue Begonia Press anthology of poetry that has been posted on the Poetry Pole in Yakima, Washington over the past ten years.

 

  • Rattle, 2005. “nature essay” was published by this national literary journal in June 2005.

 

  • Sqajet, 2005. “harvest” was published by this Washington-based literary journal in Spring of 2005.

 

  • QP: queer poetry, 2005 & 2004.  In October 2004, “rearrangement” was published in a special issue of this online literary journal that was devoted to poetry by women.  Additionally, I was the featured poet in the following issue, and “Uncharted Course,” “the all-women’s s/m party,” “singularity,” “when she looks into my eyes,” “sunday morning express checkout,” “Growing Up Lessons,” “A Transaction,” “life without descartes,” “Wrought Heart,” “mums, ferns, and alstromeria,” and “4/3/03 cold with occasional rain” were published in that issue in Spring 2005.

 

  • I’m Home: What it is Like to Love a Woman, 2005. “Anchors” was published in this anthology of poetry and stories in February 2005.

 

  • Sinister Wisdom, 2004.  “climate” and “mainland fantasy” were published in this California-based lesbian literary journal in December 2004.

 

  • The Pedestal Magazine, 2004.  “muffled,” “domestic violence,” “vanishing hoof-prints,” and “drizzle with some rain” were published in the political issue of this online journal, which was released in October 2004.  The poems are available here.

 

  • bi Magazine, 2004.  In Fall 2004, “word games” and “life without descartes” were published in this online arts journal that focuses on bisexuality.

 

  • Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others, 2004. “Outing” and “Duplicity” were published in this collection that explores the intersections between bisexuality and transgenderism.  It was published simultaneously as a book and as a special issue of the Journal of Bisexuality.

 

  • Xcp: Streetnotes, 2003. “A Cyclist’s Peripheral Vision” (available here) and “Martin Luther King Day” (available here) were published in this online exhibition of poetry and art.

 

  • Drag King Anthology, 2003.  Editors chose “A Voice from the Audience” for inclusion in the Drag King Anthology, a collection of essays about cross-dressing women.  The anthology was published in May 2003 by Haworth Press simultaneously as a book and as a special issue of the Journal of Homosexuality.   

 

  • Yalobusha Review, 2000 & 1998. “Garlic” was published by this journal in 2000, and “Casablancas” was published by it in 1998.

 

  • EIDOS, 1999.  “Tribute” was published in EIDOS, a Boston-based erotica magazine.

 

  • •Berkeley Poetry Review, 1999. “Holes in Concrete” was published in the 1999 Berkeley Poetry Review.

 

  •  Lucid Moon, 1998. “Pilgrimage to Lowell” and “Reflection on the Unabomber” were published in the March 1998 volume of this journal.

 

  • San Fernando Poetry Journal, 1998. “Revelations” was published in volume 20, number 4 of this poetry journal.

 

  • GSU Review, 1997. “Holding Out for Spring” was published in the Spring 1997 issue of this literary magazine.