Check out these publishers and websites. I am thankful and honored that they have published my work.

15 of the Best Books for Teachers.” Book Riot. November 27. 2020.

Admiration and Advice: 3 Books For Moms Returning To Work.” Book Riot. November 20, 2020.

Celebrate International Speculative Poetry Day With These 2020 Elgin Award Winners.” Book Riot. November 3, 2020.

[I read that Eddie Van Halen died…].” The Disappointed Housewife. October 21, 2020.

Book Revue: A Bookstore For Everyone.” Book Riot. September 23, 2020.

A Lesson About The Speaker.” Liminality. Issue 25. Autumn 2020.

How Do We Determine What Mars Is Made Of.” Zingara Poetry Review. September 13, 2020.

4 Life Writing Books Infused With Nature.” Book Riot. September 2, 2020.

5 Books To Get Your Buddhism Through Poetry.” Book Riot. August 28, 2020.

A Visit To Walt Whitman’s Birthplace.” Book Riot. August 24, 2020.

Oranges (For Frank O’Hara).” The Disappointed Housewife. July 29, 2020.

Poetry Out Loud 2020 Virtual Celebration.” Book Riot. June 3, 2020.

Literary Reading Series Gone Virtual.” Book Riot. April 29, 2020.

Belongings: An Upheaval. (Co)Videos 2020. NOLA Poetry Festival. April 2020.

Prepare For Poem In Your Pocket Day With These Short Poems.” Book Riot. April 22, 2020.

Where To Find Free Poetry Online.” Book Riot. April 8, 2020.

Like Clockwork.” Songs of Eretz Poetry Review. March 2020.

Matwaala’s Poetry Wall Comes To Irving, TX.”  Book Riot. March 18, 2020.

Find Your Buddhism with Books.” Book Riot. March 17, 2020.

4 Books For Reiki Discovery.” Book Riot. March 8, 2020.

Period. Books. Period.” Book Riot. March 6, 2020.

6 Books For Children’s Yoga and Mindfulness.” Book Riot. March 4, 2020.

5 Books About Ayurveda, Yoga’s Sister Science.” Book Riot. March 1, 2020.

“Scenes From The Rummage Sale.” fillingStation. Issue 73. January 2020.

Friar’s Lantern.” Redheaded Stepchild. Fall 2019.

The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2019, Part 5.” Ambling Along The Aqueduct. Aqueduct Press. December 14, 2019.

“Funny Snippet.” Readers Digest. December 2019

What We Do To Make Us Whole.” Helen: A Literary Magazine. Issue 11. November 2019.

Riot Roundup: The Best Books We Read July-September 2019.” by Jamie CanavesBook Riot. October 2, 2019. — Contributor’s blurb

Get Into Speculative Poetry With These 2019 Rhysling Award Winners.” Book Riot. September 23, 2019.

Get Lost In The Book Loft.” Book Riot. September 16, 2019.

Walt Whitman Travels To The Morgan.” Book Riot. September 12, 2019.

Sinead O’Connor Is Suicidal And Living In New Jersey.” Masque and Spectacle. September 2019.

“The Polar Vortex.” PPA Literary Review. #23. August 2019.

Read Your Tea With These Literary Tea Lines.” Book Riot. July 30, 2019.

How to Help Combat Piracy in Publishing.” Book Riot. July 25, 2019.

Watch Your Poetry With The Visible Poetry Project.” Book Riot. July 8, 2019.

Riot Roundup: The Best Books We Read April -June 2019” by Emily PolsonBook Riot. July 1, 2019. — Contributor’s blurb.

Gleeful.” Zingara Poetry Review. June 2019.

[I really miss Patrick Swayze]“. The Disappointed Housewife. June 2019.

Matwaala Poetry Festival Celebrates Poets Of The South Asian Diaspora.” Book Riot. June 5, 2019.

Poetry Out Loud: The Finale Edition!” Book Riot. May 31, 2019.

Conversations With Speculative Poets: Christina M. Rau.” An Interview by T. D. Walker. Luna Station Quarterly. May 29, 2019. (This interview originally ran on Free Thinking).

Getting Whitmanian: Walt Whitman At The New York Public Library.” Book Riot. May 17, 2019.

Maker of Middle-earth J. R. R. Tolkien Comes To The Morgan.” Book Riot. May 9, 2019.

Check Out Bright Hill Press And Literary Center.” Book Riot. April 28, 2019.

Highlights From The 2019 AWP Book Fair.” Book Riot. April 3, 2019.

Writing Together: 7 Books That Come From Collaboration.” Book Riot. March 9, 2019.

How To Make Friends And Add To Your TBR Pile.” Book Riot. February 28. 2019.

Get Your Poetry Fix With Poetry Out Loud.” Book Riot. February 28, 2019.

Kew & Willow Books: Independently Satisfying All Your Bookish Desires.” Book Riot. February 26, 2019.

Speculative Poetry: Poems Of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Other-Worldy Visions.” Book Riot. January 31, 2019.

14 Daughter Poems From Moms, Dads, and Daughters.” Book Riot. January 2, 2019.

4 Books That (Surprisingly) Amused Me As A Child.” Book Riot. December 29, 2018.

The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2018, part 8.Ambling Along The Aqueduct. Aqueduct Press. December 14, 2018.

5 Books For Yogic Thinking.” Book Riot. December 2, 2018.

“Beginning In Oz” and “Catalog.” Tuesday Night Live: A Gathering of Curley’s Poets. Turn of River Press. 2018.

3 Books To Sing Along To.” Book Riot. November 19, 2018.

2 Contemporary Books To Get You Writing.” Book Riot. October 27, 2018.

Frankenstein Is Alive! At The Morgan Library.” Book Riot. October 20, 2018.

What Novels We Read When We Write About Literature: A Syllabus (Part II).” Book Riot. October 15, 2018.

Lynbrook Author’s Book Wins Sci-Fi Award.” The Herald. October 11, 2018. — A write up about Liberating The Astronauts winning the Elgin Award.

What We Read When We Write About Literature: A Syllabus (Part I).” Book Riot. September 25, 2018.

Your Ultimate Guide To Reading Amy Tan Books.” Book Riot. September 6, 2018.

I’m Okay Relating To Darius The Great Is Not Okay.” Book Riot. August 28, 2018.

Books Around America: The Best Books Set In Every State.” by Susie DumondBook Riot. August 22, 2018. — Contributor’s blurb.

Books For Lefties On International Left Handers Day.” Book Riot. August 13, 2018.

Riot Roundup: The Best Books We Read In July.” by Sarah Nicolas. Book Riot. August 6, 2018. — Contributor’s blurb.

Navigating Graphic Literature, Hockey-Style.” Book Riot. July 19, 2018.

15 Ways To Find Cheap College Textbooks.” Book Riot. July 10, 2018.

Peek Over Our Shoulders: What Rioters Are Reading June 21, 2018.” by Maria Cristina Garcia  LynchBook Riot. June 21, 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb

15 Poems That Mention Fathers in Non-Sentimental Non-Tragic Ways.” Book Riot. June 14, 2018.

Go Because I Love You: Fatherhood in Poetry.” Book Riot. June 13, 2018.

The Trailer for Gillian Flynn’s SHARP OBJECTS Is Here and It’s Magnificently Mysterious.” Book Riot. June 7, 2018.

What Is A Poem?” Book Riot. May 23, 2018.

Discovering Poetry Through Persona Poems.” Book Riot. May 21, 2018.

Must-Read Poetic Voices from Split This Rock 2018.” Book Riot. May 6, 2018.

An interview about Liberating The Astronauts and speculative poetry with Free Thinking Ahead: Speculative Poets In Conversation. May 1, 2018.

Turn Of The Corkscrew: A Place For Books (And Wine!).” Book Riot. April 29, 2018.

Peek Over Our Shoulders: What Rioters Are Reading April 26, 2018.” by Maria Cristina Garcia LynchBook Riot. April 26, 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb.

Grateful for Ross Gay’s Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude.” Book Riot. April 24, 2018.

Six Weeks of Meteor Showers.” Cosmopoetry International. April 2018.

“Kepler’s Laws.” Visible Poetry Project. April 5, 2018.

Riot Roundup: The Best Books We Read In March 2018.” by Claire HandscombeBook Riot. April 4, 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb.

A review of Liberating The Astronauts appears in Strange Horizons. I think it’s pretty A-Okay. What say you? Read it here.

“All The Years They Didn’t.” Brownstone Poets Anthology. March 2018.

5 Mary Oliver Quotes That Could Save Humanity.” Book Riot. March 26, 2018.

4 Book for Readers Who Love Being Confused.” Book Riot. March 17, 2018.

Peek Over Our Shoulders: What Rioters Are Reading March 15, 2018.” by Maria Cristina Garcia Lynch.  March 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb

Our Favorite Women In Books.” by Carina Pereira. Book Riot. March 8, 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb

Books To Read At Any Speed On The Treadmill.” Book Riot. February 27, 2018.

Chapterless Books and How To Put Them Down For A While.” Book Riot. February 19, 2018.

Peek Over Our Shoulders: What Rioters Are Reading February 15, 2018.” Book Riot. February 2018. — Contributor’s Blurb

4 Poetry Collections That Aren’t What You’d Expect.” Book Riot. January 29, 2018.

How Moby Dick Did Not Change My Life: A Professor Confession.” Book Riot. January 26, 2018.

“The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2017, Pt12.” Ambling Along The Aqueduct. Aqueduct Press. December 16, 2017.

Fiddling For Beginners.” Queen Mob’s Teahouse. October 26, 2017.

Shopping List For An Urban Space Cowboy.Queen Mob’s Teahouse. October 24, 2017.

“Let Nature Want.” Grasslimb Journal. V.15. N2. 2017.

In The Meantime.” Whale Road Review. June 2017.

There’s Something About Kevin: The X-Files Revisited — Season 1, Ep. 4, Conduit.Tea & Fiction. May 22, 2017.

Why You Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching You: The X-Files revisited — Season 1, Ep. 3, Squeeze.Tea & Fiction. May 15, 2017.

“For and Against Government: The X-Files Revisited — Season 1, Ep. 2, Deep Throat.” Tea & Fiction. May 8, 2017.

“The Truth Is In Here: The X-Files Revisited — Season 1, Ep. 1, Pilot.” Tea & Fiction. May 1, 2017.

“Winnowing” and “Blue Ribbon Fair.” The 3288 Review. March 2017.

Static” and “Object Permanence.” Flapperhouse. Issue 13. March 2017.

“Fiddling The Fourth.” Inwood Indiana Press: The Pop-Machine Issue. March 2017.

Excerpt from “Overnight Rain.” Intersections–Poetry With Mathematics. Jan. 2017.

“Astro-bite: Notes On Liberation.” Tea & Fiction. December 26, 2016.

“Mapping The Gnomes.” Zingara Poet. December 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for November 2016.” Poetry Has Value. December 2016.

“Astro-bite: Introductions.” Tea & Fiction. December 19, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Voices.” Tea & Fiction. December 13, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Curiosity.” Tea & Fiction. December 5, 2016.

“They ask me write anything.” Blunderbuss Magazine. November 2016.

“Astro-bite: Liberating The Astronauts.” Tea & Fiction. November 28, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Microsampling Mission.” Tea & Fiction. November 21, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Call of the Astronauts.” Tea & Fiction. November 14, 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for October 2016: Poetry Isn’t Just Writing Poems.” Poetry Has Value. November 2016.

“Astro-bite: The remains of the.” Tea & Fiction. November 7, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Carrying All That You Can. Tea&Fiction. October 31, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Neutron Dance.” Tea & Fiction. October 24, 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for September 2016: I Am A Sci-Fi Fem Poet.” Poetry Has Value. October 2016.

“Astro-bite: Sounds of Privacy.” Tea & Fiction. October 17, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Opposition Night.” Tea & Fiction. October 10, 2016.

“Astro-bite: Consumption of Space.” Tea & Fiction. October 4, 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for August 2016.” Poetry Has Value. September 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for July 2016: Hitting The Wall, Metaphorically.” Poetry Has Value. August 2016.

“What Would Happen If One Day You Woke Up Married To James Franco.” Golden Walkman Magazine. Issue 3.6B. July 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for June 2016: Writer, Poet, Person of Value.” Poetry Has Value. July 2016.

“Payments and Earnings For May 2016: Simultaneously Submitting Everywhere.” Poetry Has Value. June 2016.

“Notes From Her Suicidal Bed.” Better Than Starbucks. Vol. 1. Issue 1. June 2016.

“Liberating The Astronauts.” Amethyst Arsenic. Issue 6.1. June 2016.

Everything Gold.” The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review. June 2016.

“Maggots: A Rapture” and “Legacy of Strega.” Flapperhouse. Issue 10. Summer 2016.

“Weeki Wachee.” Punchnel’s. June 2016.

Blue” and “Harvest.” AMP. Vol. 1. No. 1. May 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for April-National Poetry Month-2016: Cheers and Jeers.” Poetry Has Value. May 2016.

“Lake Maidens Laundromat, Inc.” Queen Mob’s Tea House. May 2016.

“Judith Leans Against A Lamppost” and “Wedding Tree.” Meniscus. Volume 4, Issue 1. May 2016.

“Judith Reads Her Own Tarot Cards.” Red Paint Hill. Issue 10. April 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for March 2016: A Confession.” Poetry Has Value. April 2016.

“We Are Not The Sirens.” Queen Mob’s Tea House. March 2016.

“Payments and Earnings for February 2016: Calculations and Miscalculations.” Poetry Has Value. March 2016.

“The Weight Between Want And Desire” and “Washerwomen.” Flapperhouse. Issue 9. March 2016..

“Payments and Earnings for January 2016: Almost Even Steven (but, really, who’s Steven?).”
Poetry Has Value. February 2016.

“Anger On Peaks,” “It’s Time,” and “Not Any Place At All.” Quail Bell Magazine Online. February 2016.

“The Flood,” “Flight Log,” and “Overnight Rain.” Yes Poetry. February 2016. **Poet of the Month**

“Lake At Tanglewood” and “Perfume.” Fourth & Sycamore. February 2016.

“Introduction to Poetry Has Value Guest Appearance.” Poetry Has Value. January 2015.

“Please Come Home.” Redheaded Stepchild. Fall/Winter Issue, 2015.

“In The Space Where The Spare Tire Is Kept.” (Parenthetical).  Issue 9. September 2015.

“And Now A Corpse Will Sleep,” “Diagnosis [When The Veins Roll],” and “Let’s Just Talk About Gary.” Section 8 Magazine. September, 2015.

“The Couch Bleeding.” Silver Birch Press’s F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Birthday Bash. September 24, 2015.

“Review: Alexandria Peary’s Control Bird Alt Delete.Fjords Review. July 2015.

“Once Again To Zelda.” Silver Birch Press’s The Great Gatsby Anthology. June 2015.

“Drop.” Linden Avenue Literary Journal. Issue 32. January 2015 (but just saw it in May!)

“Why I Go To Yoga Class In Pajamas.” Elephant Journal. May 3, 2015.

“9 Songs We Sang As Kids That We Definitely Shouldn’t Have.” The Mid. April 24, 2015.

“Ravens,” “Gunpowder Green,” and “The Day After The Lawn Party.” The Main Street Rag. Volume 20. Number 2. Spring 2015.

“Misconceptions About Mermaids.” Till The Tide: An Anthology of Mermaid Poetry. Sundress Publications, 2015.

“Review: Lisa Graley’s box of blue horses.” Fjords Review. December 2014.

“Review: Chris Hosea’s Put Your Hands In.” Fjords Review. December 2014.

“Falling In The Corner Cafe.” Something’s Brewing. Eds. A. J. Huffman and April Salzano. Kind of a Hurricane Press. April 2014. p. 129

“Review: Kirk Nesset’s Saint X.” Fjords Review. February 2014.

“Travel Problem 1.” Crony. Issue 2. February 2014.

“Review: Emma Bolden’s  Maleficae” and “Review: John Gosslee’s Blitzkrieg.” Gently Read Literature. Winter 2014. pp. 6 & 40.

“Eight Track Basement Blues” and “An Ode To Joey Bishop.” Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology In Society. Volume 3: RetroTech. 2013.

“What Would Happen One Day If You Woke Up Married To James Franco.” Interrobang?! Magazine. Volume 7. 2013. Forthcoming??????

“The Hours Associated With Harm” and “The Agonies and Humiliations of Circus Clowns.” Thick With Conviction. August 2013.”On The Other.” Redheaded Stepchild.  Spring 2013.

“Loosening Up The Bible Belt.” Temenos. 2013.

“Who Is At Work.” Handful Of Dust. Issue 9. February 2013.

“The Trouble With Glasses,” “The Trouble With Sleep,” “The Trouble With Swimming,” “Chasing Zero,” and “Consumption of Space.” Contemporary American Voices. December 2012. — I’m the invited featured poet!

Spotted: Girls Day Out in the Hamptons.” Shecky’s. 11 July 2012.

“Beach Season.” The Living Poetry Project. 2012.  — This poem is going to appear on car magnets!

“SpinMeasureCut.” Temenos. Spring 2012.

“What Did Not Happen Out West.” Prime Numbers Magazine: Prime Decimals 17.3. February 2012.

“Spun” and “Naming The Wife of Sisyphus.” Aunt Chloe. 2011. (though it just arrived in the mail in 2012).

“Between Paragraphs” and “In A Gritty White Room.” Handful Of Dust. Issue 6. February 2012. 18-19.

“Seven More Poems.” Temenos. 2011. p. 47.

“Salsa on Pier 54” and “Groupie Love.” JerseyWorks. November 2011.

“The Story Of Rosaline,” “The Chocolate Monkey Incident,” “Last Day Of Vacation,” and “Get.” Pink Mouse. Issue 6. 2011.

“Inhabitance.” River Poets Journal. Spring/Summer 2011. page 10.

“The Man Who Lives In The Attic,” “Off Key,” and “A Classic Love Poem.” Thick with Conviction. June 2011.

“Double Down.” Epiphany Magazine. Issue 8. 2011.

“Vacancy.” Verdad Magazine. Volume 10. Spring 2011.

“In The Gap Between The Two.” South Jersey Underground. Issue 12. Page 45. Spring 2011.

“Late-Night Staircase Inspirations” and “In A Little Room Too Soon.” Metazen. March 7, 2011.

“Paternalism” and “Sate.” Eudaimonia Poetry Review. Spring 2011.

“Sequential I.” Exercise Bowler. Issue 4. Spring 2011.

“Denver Disappears.” Houston Literary Review. January 2011.

“Tesla And Marconi Throw Down For Patent Rights, Royalties, And, Most Importantly, Fame.” Spilt Milk. Issue 5, February 2011.

“Selective Religion” and “Soft Drink.” Jones Av. Issue XV Volume 3.  Jan. 2011

“At The Switch.” Right Hand Pointing. Issue 39. Jan. 2011.

“Women and Men.” The New Guard. Volume 1. Jan. 2011.

“Tribeca,” “Dirty London,” “At First Date,” “How To Begin A Brooklyn Romance,” and “Reversing Falls.” Earthborne Magazine: The City And The Wilderness. Jan. 2011.

“Down The Promenade.” Greatest Lakes Review. Dec. 2010.

“WakeBreatheMove.” Dark Sky Magazine. Issue 3. Dec. 2010.

“How To Be A Member.” Defenestration. Dec. 20, 2010.

“Against The Logician.” Potomac Review. Issue 47. Spring 2010

“Long Island Triptych” and “With No One At The Watch.” Examination Anthology. Local Gems Press. 2010.

“The Devil Never Went Down To Georgia.” River Poets Journal. Aug. 2010

“All Dolled Up.” Blue Earth Review. 2010

“Lament At The Butcher’s Block.” Excerpts. Shabdaguchha. 2009.

“Awake Just Off Of Cancun.” Main Street Rag. 2009.

“Snapshot.” Chickenpinata. October 2009.

“Pardon Me.” Aquila Review. Volume 3, Fall 2009.

“The Story She Always Tells.” The Comstock Review. Vol. 23, No. 1. 2009.

“The Shape of Pain” and “Swing Set.” Hazmat Review. Volume 10, Number 2. January 2009.

“Listening To My Mother’s South Street Seaport Album, 1978.” Compass Rose. 2009.

“The World Is Too Much Against Us” and “The Subtext of Competition.” Long Island Sounds Anthology. The North Sea Poetry Scene, 2008.

“Those City Blues.” The Honey Land Review. Issue 1. 2008.

“The Rest Of The Setting.” PocketChange. 2008.

“The Pope Is On Fire.” Origami Condom. Issue 11. August 2008.

“How To Read A Choose Your Own Adventure Book” and “Hemingway’s House.” Jerseyworks. July 2008.

“Return” and “To Mary.” Rock and Sling. Summer. 2008.

“The Going,” “This Is Simply To Say,” and “Wishful Thinking.” New Graffiti. Winter/Spring 2008.

“Black Fishnets and High Heeled Boots,” “Silver Hoops and Bangle Bracelets,” “Tube Tops and Hot Pants,” and “Boy Shorts and Push Up Bras.” Getting Drunk With The Muse. Dec 07/Jan 08.

“The End Of The Green Line.” PPA Literary Review. Volume 11: 2008.

“For The Girls I’ve Loved,” “I Need,” “How To Put On The Weight,” and “Behind Doors Ajar.” Apollo’s Lyre. Dec. 2007.

“Circuit.” Primal Sanities! A Tribute to Walt Whitman, An Anthologies of Poems and Essays. New York: Allbooks, 2007.

“The Doll Hospital.” PPA Literary Review. Volume 10: 2007.

“Argyle,” “Paisley,” and “Plaid.” Just Bite Me. Poet Works Press, Spring/Summer 2007.

“Behind Doors Ajar” and “The Gluttony of Wildfire.” The Verse Marauder. March 2007.

“Stars Beyond A Plume of Dust.” Good Liar. Issue #2. February 2007.

“Dear John,” “Second Hand Skimming Through Personal Ads, Or Overheard At The Coffeeshop At Noon,” “The Deal,” and “Why You Shouldn’t See The Movie Version of RENT, Ever.” Deep Cleveland Junkmail Oracle Lit Fix. #30. December 2006.

“Hazy.” The Bathyspheric Review. 2006

“Off The Bridge.” Pawpars. Issue 2. Summer 2006.

“After Reading Twenty Volumes of Rod McKuen.” Poetry Midwest. Fall Issue. 2006.

“I,” “V,” and “X.” Subterranean Quarterly. Summer 2006.

“Cotton Candy.” Poetry NZ. Issue 33, Sept 2006.

“The Embrace.” Beauty/Truth: A Journal of Ekphrastic Poetry. Fall/Winter, 2006.

“Love New York” and “Love In These Hours.” Soul Fountain. #28. Fall 2006.

“6:29 AM,” “Love In These Hours,” “Love’s Vernacular,” and “My Katrina Poem.” Flutter Magazine. August 2006.

“Cotton Candy” and “New York Woman.” PAVE. Summer 2006.

“You Were.” Long Island Quarterly. Summer 2006.

“Ars Poetica” and “Oranges and Oysters.” Wild Goose Poetry Review. June 2006.

“Juicing Weather.” Tipton Poetry Journal. Spring 2006.

“Able Was I.” Defenestration. Issue 7, Volume 3. May 2006.

“The Wrath Of” and “Why You Shouldn’t Invite A Guy Back To Your Place When Your Place Is The Second Floor Apartment In Your Parents’ House.” New Graffiti. May-July 2006.

“Minnesota Meets The Beach.” Chronogram. April 2006.

“It Could Have Been Worse.” The Long Islander. April 2006.

“Why You Shouldn’t Go To Singles’ Night At The Local Bar.” The Improper (Writer’s Issue). May 2005: 29.

An article about WakeBreatheMove in Long Island Pulse Magazine.