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PROSE – Nonfiction
Southeast Review | Forthcoming, 2023
Scarification| Khôra | March 2023
My Past Life at Sea Still Defines Who I Am | Electric Literature | February 14, 2023
The House in the Desert | Variant Lit | December 2022 (reprint)
Convergence | EcoTheo Review (print)| Summer 2022
The First Time | Pidgeonholes | July 7, 2022
Point Counts and Shifting Baselines | Camas Magazine (print) | Summer 2022
What Happened on December 21st, 2019: A Retrospective | Essay Daily | May 4, 2020
PROSE – Fiction
Skyglow | X-R-A-Y | October 24, 2022
What Comes Next | Flyway Journal | Winter 2022-2023
Ipomoea arborescens | Monologging | Autumn 2021
Two poems: Lunar Eclipse off Exit 88 & What Gould’s Magpie Has Stolen | Minding Nature | Spring 2019
Contemplating Shells: Plate 12 from William H. Emory’s Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey (1848-1855) | Thin Air Magazine (print) | 2019
This Ground | Vagabond City | Jan 15, 2019
Tidal Desert | Hawk & Whippoorwill | Winter 2018
Mudsoft, Hardtack | Sky Island Journal | Fall 2018
Ode To A Rock Dove | Entropy: the birds | Oct 1, 2018 (pdf)
Grafting | the Aurorean (print) | Spring 2018 (pdf)
To Combat Loneliness | Alligator Juniper (print) | 2015
— Finalist for Alligator Juniper’s National Poetry Contest
Multimedia & Collaborations
Microbestiary — I wrote four commissioned poems on specific microbes for the bestiary, a project from Erin Bentley that highlights the complexity, variety, and beauty of microbes and their interactions through accessible information, art, and imaginative responses.
The Telepoem Booth — Several of my poems were selected for inclusion in the public art piece, the Telepoem Booth, a 1970s phone booth that one can dial-a-poem. Recorded and produced by Elizabeth Hellstern. These poems were exhibited in Flagstaff and Mesa, Arizona from March 2016 to October 2017.
Wyoming Public Media — During a podcast internship in 2019, I contributed to conceptual brainstorming sessions; contacted and interviewed subjects using various recording equipment; edited audio; and gave and received feedback during editorial sessions, including for HumaNature Episode 64: Migrations.
My photography has been featured in Orion Magazine‘s Murmuration Section, Camas Magazine, and The Fourth River as well as in newsletters, blogs, and social media for organizations and non-profits including the National Audubon Society’s Seabird Institute (Project Puffin), Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, the Laramie Audubon Society, and others. See below for a sample of my photographs and illustration.