“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.

“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. — 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.