“Horace” a poem will appear in issue 39.1 of The MacGuffin

“Trip to the Mechanic,” a flash nonfiction piece, will appear during the spring of 2023 in Unknotting the Line: The Poetry in Prose, number five in the Poetry of the Southwestern US series

In Print & on Web

Compounded Labor: Developing OER as a Marginalized Creator published March 15, 2023 In the Library with the Leadpipe

Five poems appeared on The Coachella Review site TCR Daily in the summer of 2022, one of which “White Space” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

“The Performance,” an excerpt from my manuscript, appeared in “The Haunted Issue” of Hayden’s Ferry Review in the fall of 2020.

Two poems in issue six of Poetica Review published during the summer of 2020.

The Fall, a memoir essay, appeared in Mutha Magazine on February 11, 2020.

Vagina Habitus, a lyrical essay, appeared in issue seven of The Hunger Journal, on February 7, 2020.

Developing a Time of Writing Voice in Memoir, a piece on creative nonfiction craft, appeared in The Brevity Blog on February 5, 2020.

Origin Story, a chapter from my manuscript, appeared in issue 90 of Cutbank. Their website contains a short excerpt.

Ode to a Tree Trunk at Tiny Seed Literary Journal, publication date December 9, 2019.

Cochina de Mierda, a piece that focuses on characterization, is up on The Writing Disorder, publication date June 20, 2019.

God and the Magical Potato Chips a chapter from my manuscript appeared in Empty Mirror, publication date, May 24, 2019.

Wooden Spoon, a reflection on corporal punishment, is in the April issue of Mutha Magazine.

The Lesson. Creative Nonfiction, Winter 18/19 issue.


“The Lesson” was also a finalist in the Sycamore Review’s Wabash Prize for Nonfiction (see figure above).

On Being C Average. New Mexico English Journal, (October 2018), volume 32, issue 1, pp. 7-19.

Doin’ Time. Ascent. Concordia College. 20 January 2013. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Stasis. a poem in Literary Mama. October 2011.

“My Father Was a Traveling Salesman.” Sonora Review, University of Arizona, issue 55/56, 2009.

“The Opposite of Gary.” From Georgetown Review (literary magazine, not political site).

The Man Who Came to Dinner. This American Life, National Public Radio, 23 December 2007.

Super-Prego. Brain, Child. Summer 2007.


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