Crown for Cronehood  - The Caryatid Review

Continuing Education - Stanchion (print)

She Dreamt of Boundaries that Could Not Be Breached and She Dreamt of a Place without Trolls or Timelines - Bending Genres

Tagmata/Stigmata - Rogue Agent

Silence is Golden or Maybe a Weapon at Milk Candy Review (flash fiction)

Dysmorphia (Autumn) at Harpur Palate (Finalist for the Kessler Prize in Poetry)

Heaven Only Knows at Beaver Magazine

Holding On at Baltimore Review

Post-Menopausal Weight Gain, King James Version at Indianapolis Review

Desire at Dusk at Dialogist

Fifty-Nine and Feeling...and Skeleton Key at Whale Road Review

Faith is Believing What You Cannot at The Westchester Review

Plenty and Coppering at Identity Theory

Detachment Anagrams at Border Crossing

Orchard after Storm & Afterglow at Tab: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics

Love Song with Thorns and Love Song for Turning 60 at Mezzo Camin

Everything is Terrible and Yet the Fields at Moist Poetry

While the Iron is Hot - (short fiction) - MORIA 

A Brief History of My Knees (lyric essay) - Autofocus Lit

Escape at Parentheses

Red Hot Sky at Sweet: A Literary Confection

Blood Line at Harpur Palate

Omens from Patterns Created by Oil Dropped in Water at Thimble Lit

Backyard Pastoral with a Little Death at Beaver Magazine

Love Poem for my Husband who Hates Star Wars and Will Definitely Be Annoyed by the References at Sledgehammer Lit

To Be Honest, Not at All like Fine Wine in The West Review

Striations in Pithead Chapel

Evening Prayers for the Fearful at The Night Heron Barks

I'm Not A Model and I Don't Play One on TV at Ran Off with the Star Bassoon

Seven Years after the Incident with the Undertow at HAD

In Which I Hope an Imaginary Conversation with Carl Sagan Will Ease My Mind about the State of the World at HAD

After a Difficult Week Full of Bad News, I Speak to My Son at HAD

To Everything, There Is at Penn Review

Lessons About Light in Psaltery and Lyre

"Refusal" and "Shimmer" in Limp Wrist Magazine

Grief Questionnaire and Philosophy 101 in The Account: A Journal of Poetry and Prose