Prose

Forthcoming:

Excursions (peer-reviewed article), Philia (peer-reviewed article), The Thomas Hardy Journal (peer-reviewed article),  and Queer Appalachia (lyric essay, University of Kentucky Press).

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Essays (online):

Ariel,” phoebe journal, 2022. **winner of the 2022 Creative Nonfiction Contest**
Contest Judge Jami Attenberg shares, “What a gorgeous, outrageously textured, layered, deeply emotional piece of writing… I was so impressed with the craft and the heightened lyrical quality… I finished it and immediately wanted to read it again, and also recommend it to so many people I know. A truly wonderful piece of writing.”

Ten Writers Finding Queer Kin in the Natural World,” Electric Literature, 2022.

Circling Eloh: A Meditation,” New England Review, 2020.

Power and Passing as a Native ‘Native’ Speaker in the Writing Center,” The Dangling Modifier, 2019.

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Reviews (online):

Review of Lisa Kwong’s Becoming AppalAsian (Glass Lyre Press, 2022),” Still: The Journal, 2022.

Review of O. Alan Weltzien’s Savage West: The Life and Fiction of Thomas Savage (U of Nevada P, 2020),” Rocky Mountain Review, 2021.

Review of W. Michelle Wang’s Ethics After Poststructuralism: A Critical Reader (Ohio State UP, 2020),” Rocky Mountain Review, 2020.

Review of Angela Veronica Wong’s Animal Suicides (Sixth Finch Press, 2019),” Full Stop, 2020.

Review of Kevin Binfield and William J. Christmas’s Teaching Laboring-Class British Literature of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (MLA, 2018),” Rocky Mountain Review, 2019.

Review of Donika Kelly’s Bestiary (Graywolf Press, 2016),” Tupelo Quarterly, 2017.

Review of Ruth Ellen Kocher’s domina Un/blued (Tupelo, 2013),” The Journal, 2014.

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