publications & awards


Forthcoming in 2018:

The Goldfish Window, Grayson Books.


“Untitled (July ’75), Helen Frankenthaler,” and “Falling Blue, Agnes Martin, 1963,” Crazyhorse.

“Vodka Nobody,” and “Something Her Husband Was,” PANK Magazine.


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Self-Portrait, Lee Krasner, 1929,” Redivider.



Ode to Forgetting, Louise Bourgeois, 2002,” Poet Lore.

The Orchard, Clarence H. White, 1902,” and “Stieglitz Recuperates at Lake George, 1902,” The Gettysburg Review.


Portrait of Sherwood Anderson at Ripshin Farm, Doris Ulmann, 1928,” Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review.

Untitled, Lee Krasner, 1948,” Rust + Moth.

“How To Do It How,” Citron Review.


“Portrait of Jose Clemente Orozco,” The Massachusetts Review.

“The Rebecca Portraits,” and “Triangles,” Blackbird Literary Journal.

“Egon Schiele Has Left His Subject in a Curious State of Suspension,” Chattahoochee Review.

“Portrait of the Herbalist, Lang Syne Plantation,  Doris Ulmann, 1933,” Redivider. Also anthologized in Circe’s Lament: Anthology of Wild Women Poetry, Accents Publishing.


“The Job of Sticking,” “Monkey or Metal,” “Tracks Not Even,” and “Up and Let Us,” Tinderbox.

“The Pilgrim Van Gogh, 1879,” “Child Playing: Annette in Front of the Rail-backed Chair, Edouard Vuillard, 1897,”


“Vuillard and Misia in the Rue de Depart, 1909,” “The Goldfish Window, Childe Hassam, 1916,” Paula Modersohn-Becker Holds Her Newborn for the First Time, 1907,” “Waterhouse Will Not Finish the Enchanted Garden, 1916,” Mud Season Review.

“Monet and Bazille Leave Paris by the Gare de L’Est,” Catamaran Literary Reader.


“Cezanne in Aix,” Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry & Prose.

“Another December,” and “Naiad, Stargrass, Egret, Heron,” Thrush.

“Now Comes Mary Cassatt Down Auguste Renoir’s Garden Path, 1919,” Catamaran Literary Reader.

“The Diver, Paul Cezanne, 1867-1870,” WomenArts Quarterly Journal.

“Study of Lilia, Carolus-Duran, 1887,” Common Ground Review.




“Girl with Bow,” Poet Lore.

“The Boy, Kandinsky,” Subtropics.


“Early Instruction,” PoemMemoirStory.

“Hannover, Kandahar,” and “Kertesz Convalesces at Esztergom, 1917,” Poet Lore.


Honors & Awards

Nominee, Best of the Net, “The Goldfish Window.” Mud Season Review. 2016.

Finalist, (manuscript) The Appearance of Vanishing Things. Brighthorse Books Prize. 2014.

Semi-finalist, (manuscript) The Appearance of Vanishing Things, Philip Levine Prize in Poetry, 2013.