Fiction/Creative Nonfiction

* “Entries or (Emotional Accounting in Late Capitalism)” at Identity Theory
* “SEARCH” at Hobart
*  Excerpt from “What Would Emma Goldman Do?” at The Brooklyn Rail
* “Civilians” at Former Cactus
* “The Sad Case of Sadie in Real Life” at Five:2:One Magazine
* “Situations in Which Groping Is an Appropriate Response” at Jellyfish Review
* “Emerging Markets” at Entropy
* “Modern Bodies” at The Brooklyn Rail
* “How Was Your Day?” at Vol. 1 Brooklyn
* “Too Hot” at Hobart
* “Poetry & Politics & Prison” for Poetry Society of America


* “Turning Toward the Sun” for Best American Poetry
* “Animal Tracking” for Best American Poetry
* “Hunting Season” for Best American Poetry
* “Roads And Seeds, A Trace” for Best American Poetry
* “Whose Woods” for Best American Poetry
* “Enter Geese” for Best American Poetry
* “Hello From A Distance” for Best American Poetry
* “Making Every Word Count: How To Write Short” at GrubStreet
* “6 Tips: How to Stay Motivated for Big Creative Projects” at GrubStreet
* “Why We Write When The World Is On Fire” at GrubStreet
* Interview with Omar Robert Hamilton for Full Stop
* Review of La Femme de Gilles for 3:AM
* Interview with Samanta Schweblin for Full Stop
* Interview with Mary Rakow for Bookslut
* Interview with José Eduardo Agualusa for Bookslut
* Review of This Should be Written in the Present Tense at Electric Literature
* Interview with Helle Helle for Bookslut
* Review of Miles Klee’s short story collection at Entropy
* Interview with Jill Bialosky for Bookslut


* “Economy” for The New York Times
* “Banking” for Boston Review
* “Speaking Is” for Academy of American Poets
* Three Poems in Fence
* “Real Estate” and “cafe society” in Cutbank
* “EYE IN THE SKY” for University of Rochester Decarceration Research Initiative

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