magazines

  • “Before blueberries grow,” “I want to be the fig,” and “Satiate them.” The Malahat Review. 208 (2019): forthcoming.

  • “That girl is a girl.” This magazine. May/April 2019: 35.

  • “In the fall of 1999,” “Bell pepper, half a footlong, a small cantaloupe,” “I look up at the sky,” and “Every year, winter.” Grain magazine. 46.3 (2019): 99–102.

  • “My family moved Bennett” and “A poem.” CV2. 41.4 (2019): 88–89.

  • “West ghosts” and “Gone are the days of dawdling”* Fiddlehead. 274 (2018): 83-84. (*Title taken from the first line of Kayla Czaga’s “Gone Is the VHS. Gone Is the Whir.” from For Your Safety Please Hold On.)

  • “On the bike mechanic’s Ash Wednesday,” “Man on a walkie,” “I am a barrel cactus.” CV2. 39.4 (2017): 77-79.

  • “The world ends.” Arc. 82 (2017): 40.

  • “When I was nine.” Room. 39.4 (2016): 74.

  • I tongued the street,” “I’d like to have a body,” “When my mother was young.” The Rusty Toque. 11 (2016).

  • “A note on the new edition,” “I’m watching the X-Files again,” “A man—my coworker.” Poetry is Dead. 13 (2016).

  • “Utah” and “Bridal.” Matrix magazine. 100 (2015): 31-32.

  • In Leduc, Alberta” and “Northern Rockies.” Lemon Hound (Vancouver Emerging Poets Portfolio). January 8, 2015.

  • Dear Anna.” After You. 3 October 2014.

  • “You can put your fingers on the feelings.” Canadian Literature. 216 (2013): 50.

  • Theodor Adorno” and “A Bird on the Beach in Sarasota.” Geist magazine. 86 (2012): 51.

  • “Rhyming Couplet.” CV2. 33.4 (2011): 47.

  • “Godwits” and “A Wig, A Watch, A Convertible.” Grain. 38.3 (2011): 30-31.

  • Six poems (featured poet). Matrix magazine. 89 (2011): 48-49.

  • To FL (suite of three poems). OCW magazine. 5.1 (2010): 24.

  • Two poems. The Antigonish Review. 156 (2009): 15.

anthologies

  • “Northern Rockies.” Best Canadian Poetry. Tightrope, 2016.

  • “Beaches.” Alive at the Centre. Eds. Susan Denning, Cody Walker, and Daniela Elza. Portland: Ooligan Press, 2013.

  • “Godwits.” iLit Anthology. McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 2012.