The poem “Notes on a Myth of an Invasive Species” appears in the Summer 2015 issue of Little Patuxent Review. This poem collects and arranges anthropological language to expose its most grotesque implications. Read it here.
Etymology of a Negro Spiritual
The poem “On the Etymology of a Negro Spiritual ” appears as the Poem of the Week at Vinyl Poetry and Prose, May 29, 2016. The poem follows the journey of one song; from its ancient origin to its modern-day interpretations. Read it here.
TWO POEMS: Juneteenth & Za Zen
The poem "Juneteenth" appears in Issue 10 of wildness literary journal (Platypus Press). It appears alongside the poem "Za Zen". The poem Juneteenth is an Ars Poetica written annually on the holiday Juneteenth; also the author's birth date. Za Zen is the name of a seated meditation technique in which the mantra involves counting backwards from 10 to 1. Read both poems here.
Life of a Black Woman as Furious Flower
The poem "Life of a Black Woman as Furious Flower" appears in Winter Tangerine Review's "Love Letter to Spooks" Issue. This poem explores traditional relationships to botany, violence, and nature. Read it here.