Publications & Contests


What Happened on December 21st, 2019: A Retrospective”   Essay Daily, May 4, 2020

Popular Science

“Gartersnakes in Wyoming”   In prep for Barnyards & Backyards Fall Issue.


Lunar Eclipse off Exit 88” and “What Gould’s Magpie Has Stolen”   Minding Nature, Spring 2019, Vol. 12, No. 2

“Contemplating Shells: Plate 12 from William H. Emory’s Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey (1848-1855)”   Thin Air Magazine, Volume 25, 2019 (print)

This Ground”   Vagabond City, Issue 37, 2019

Tidal Desert”   Hawk & Whippoorwill, New Series Issue 6, Vol. 3, No. 2, Winter 2018

Mudsoft, Hardtack”   Sky Island Journal, Issue 6, 2018 

Ode to a Rock Dove   Entropy, The Birds Column, Oct 1, 2018

“Grafting”   the Aurorean, Spring/Summer 2018 (print)

“To Combat Loneliness”   Alligator Juniper, 2015 Issue (print)
         Finalist – Alligator Juniper National Writing Contest

“A Delicate History of Fractures”   Self-Published chapbook, 2014 (OOP)


“Good Dog”   Alligator Juniper, 2012 Issue
         Honorable Mention – Suzanne Tito Student Contest

Please see Science & Fieldwork for peer-reviewed & scholarly articles.

Editorial Contributions

Real Ground Journal   2020 – present
Assistant Editor

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards   2020
National Poetry Juror

HumaNature Podcast   2019
Editorial Assistance

Longleaf Review   2018 – 2019
Poetry & Creative Nonfiction Reader

Alligator Juniper   2012
Poetry & Creative Nonfiction Reader


University of Wyoming MFA Program Reading Series. September 17, 2020. (Virtual)

University of Wyoming MFA Program Reading Series. February 27, 2020. Night Heron Books & Coffeehouse, Laramie, WY.

Alligator Juniper Literary Magazine Launch Event. Poetry Finalist: To Combat Loneliness. May 7, 2015. Peregrine Bookstore, Prescott, AZ.

Alligator Juniper Literary Magazine Launch Event. Student Fiction Contest Honorary Mention: Good Dog. May, 2015. Prescott College, Prescott, AZ.

Baccalaureate Ceremony. Senior Project for Arts & Letters: A Delicate History of Fractures. December 2013. Prescott College, Prescott, AZ