Poems on Poetry Foundation
Poems on Academy of American Poets
"Io," "Tiresias" and "Philomela" in Narrative Magazine
"Nightingale: A Gloss" in American Poetry Review
"Gokstadt/Ganymede," in Michigan Quarterly Review
"Baucis and Philemon" in Narrative Magazine
"Why Some Girls Love Horses" and "Ballard Locks" in Poem of the Week
"When It Is Over, It Will Be Over" on Poetry Society of America
"Birthday Poem" in New England Review
"24 Hours in America: Utah," The New York Times
"Strange Meetings: The Problems of Poetry, Representation and War," The Writer's Chronicle (AWP membership required to read)
Excerpt from The Broken Country, Blackbird
"A Sport of Restraint," Los Angeles Review of Books
"American Service," Poetry Foundation
"The Lives of Strangers," Broad Street Magazine.
"Biracial Rage" DiaCRITICS.
Excerpt from The Night My Mother Met Bruce Lee, Penguin/Random House Canada
The video below is a short excerpt of my multi-media poem "West: A Translation," a book-length work commissioned by Utah's Spike 150 organization to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental's completion in Promontory, Utah. This video was filmed by City of Asylum, Sept. 2, 2019, where I performed. Video blurs briefly at the seven-minute mark.
"West: A Translation" was also featured on the PBS show "The Future of America's Past," which did a segment on the building of the transcontinental railroad.