I've also been very lucky to have a number of poems published in literary journals, both online and in print.
Here are my new publications that can be read online:
Sixth Finch: "Questions for Aliens" and "Weather Report"
Gulf Coast: "Drunk Bitch Dreams of a Luminous Stream"
Underblong: "Harm's Way"
minnesota review (also print version): "What I Left"
Crab Fat: "Problematics of Confessionalism" and "The Terms of Exile"
My poems have appeared in recent print issues of Crazyhorse, West Branch, Pleiades, and Ninth Letter,
Although part of me is sad/stressed that I am still sending out my third full-length manuscript (I'd very much been hoping to have a good home for it by now), I am very proud of the publication successes I've had this year. I've been trying to get into a number of these journals for years, especially Crazyhorse and West Branch.
This isn't publication news, but I just got back from being a Writer-in-Residence at Sundress Academy for the Arts' Firefly Farms in Knoxville. While there, I also helped lead a poetry writing retreat, alongside the wonderful Ruth Awad. I've never done a writing residency before and also have rarely had the opportunity to lead workshops full of people as serious and and excited about poetry as those at the SAFTA retreat. It was definitely a humbling and affirming opportunity. Oh, also I fed a donkey, a goat, and a bunch of sheep each day! Pretty sure Munchma the goat is my new best friend.